[slurm-users] Changing resource limits while running jobs
pedmon at cfa.harvard.edu
Thu Jan 4 08:19:22 MST 2018
Yeah, you should be able to. I've done that several times myself with
various changes to the limits.
On 1/4/2018 10:14 AM, Juan A. Cordero Varelaq wrote:
> And could I restart the slurmctld daemon without affecting such
> running jobs?
> On 04/01/18 15:56, Paul Edmon wrote:
>> Typically changes like this only impact pending or newly submitted
>> jobs. Running jobs usually are not impacted, though they will count
>> against any new restrictions that you put in place.
>> -Paul Edmon-
>> On 1/4/2018 6:44 AM, Juan A. Cordero Varelaq wrote:
>>> A couple of jobs have been running for almost one month and I would
>>> like to change resource limits to prevent users from running so much
>>> time. Besides, I'd like to set AccountingStorageEnforce to qos,safe.
>>> If I make such changes would the running jobs be stopped (the user
>>> running the jobs has still no account and therefore, should not be
>>> allowed to run anything if AccountingStorageEnforce is set)?
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