[slurm-users] Hidden partition visibility issue

Marcus Wagner wagner at itc.rwth-aachen.de
Fri Jan 22 06:07:17 UTC 2021

Hi Christopher,

doesn't it suffice to use the "-a" option, e.g. "sinfo -s -a" or "squeue -a"?
The admins coudl create an alias for that.


Am 21.01.2021 um 19:15 schrieb Christopher Benjamin Coffey:
> Hi,
> It doesn't appear to be possible to hide a partition from all normal users, but allow for the slurm admins and condo users to still see. While a partition is hidden, it is required to use "sudo" to see the partition even from a slurm admin. This behavior is seen while adding the following to the partition declaration: AllowAccounts=, and AllowGroups=
> We will be having a number of condo partitions, and would be nice if only the slurm admins, and condo owner could see the partition only.
> Anyone have a work around? 
> Best,
> Chris

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