[slurm-users] Limit size submission script
sysadmin.caos at uab.cat
Thu Nov 9 07:30:05 MST 2017
Researcher uses python for generating a submission script and, then, she
submits that new script... I don't know more... but before Brian wrote
about "max_script_size", I had rewritten 8MB script (from a python
execution) in a easy 250 Kb script (with 2 "for" ;) )
El 09/11/2017 a las 15:22, Loris Bennett escribió:
> I'd be interested to know in what circumstances a multiple-MB-sized
> batch script would be sensible and/or necessary.
> "Brian W. Johanson" <bjohanso at psc.edu> writes:
>> man slurm.conf
>> The interpretation of this parameter varies by SchedulerType.
>> Multiple options may be comma separated.
>> Specify the maximum size of a batch script, in bytes. The
>> default value is 4 megabytes. Larger values may adversely impact system
>> On 11/09/2017 03:56 AM, sysadmin.caos wrote:
>>> A researcher that is using a SLURM cluster (version 17.02.7) has created a
>>> submit script whose size is 8 MB (yeah!!!!!!). I have read SLURM has a limit
>>> size in 4MB... This limit, can be changed?
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