[slurm-users] Notify users about job submit plugin actions

Angel de Vicente angel.de.vicente at iac.es
Wed Jul 19 12:37:26 UTC 2023

Hello Lorenzo,

Lorenzo Bosio <lorenzo.bosio at unito.it> writes:

> I'm developing a job submit plugin to check if some conditions are met before a job runs.
> I'd need a way to notify the user about the plugin actions (i.e. why its jobs was killed and what to do), but after a lot of research I could only write to logs and not the user shell.
> The user gets the output of slurm_kill_job but I can't find a way to add a custom note.
> Can anyone point me to the right api/function in the code?

In our "job_submit.lua" script we have the following for that purpose:

|           slurm.log_user("%s: WARNING: [...]", log_prefix)

Ángel de Vicente
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 Tel.: +34 922-605-747
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