[slurm-users] How to modify the normal QOS

David Baker D.J.Baker at soton.ac.uk
Thu Sep 26 16:07:22 UTC 2019

Dear Jurgen,

Thank you for that. That does the expected job. It looks like the weirdness that I saw in the serial partition has now gone away and so that is good.

Best regards,
From: slurm-users <slurm-users-bounces at lists.schedmd.com> on behalf of Juergen Salk <juergen.salk at uni-ulm.de>
Sent: 26 September 2019 16:18
To: Slurm User Community List <slurm-users at lists.schedmd.com>
Subject: Re: [slurm-users] How to modify the normal QOS

* David Baker <D.J.Baker at soton.ac.uk> [190926 14:12]:
> Currently my normal QOS specifies MaxTRESPU=cpu=1280,nodes=32. I've
> tried a number of edits, however I haven't yet found a way of
> redefining the MaxTRESPU to be "cpu=1280". In the past I have
> resorted to deleting a QOS completely and redefining the whole
> thing, but in this case I'm not sure if I can delete the normal QOS
> on a running cluster.
> I have tried commands like the following to no avail..
> sacctmgr update qos normal set maxtresperuser=cpu=1280
> Could anyone please help with this.

Dear David,

does this work for you?

 sacctmgr update qos normal set MaxTRESPerUser=node=-1

Best regards

Jürgen Salk
Scientific Software & Compute Services (SSCS)
Kommunikations- und Informationszentrum (kiz)
Universität Ulm
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