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revision 2145 by templon, Thu Jan 6 15:37:36 2011 UTC revision 2146 by templon, Fri Jan 14 16:11:45 2011 UTC
# Line 8  Release 2.2.0 Line 8  Release 2.2.0
8     this is fixed in the current release.  The second set of changes have to do with how the LiveServer code parses     this is fixed in the current release.  The second set of changes have to do with how the LiveServer code parses
9     the 'qstat -f' output.  When present (recent versions of torque), the code now uses 'startTime' as the start time     the 'qstat -f' output.  When present (recent versions of torque), the code now uses 'startTime' as the start time
10     of the job, and uses the 'euser' and 'egroup' as the user and group of the job.  If these fields are not present,     of the job, and uses the 'euser' and 'egroup' as the user and group of the job.  If these fields are not present,
11     the code reverts to the old behavior.     the code reverts to the old behavior.  Using startTime will give slightly different results, since startTime
12       is present immediately upon job start, whereas walltime (used in the old calculation) is only updated once per
13       mom update interval, meaning there were always a few jobs in the system that were in state "running" but that had
14       no startTime.  This will no longer be the case.
15    
16     Two user-visible changes: there are two new job attributes in the "Job" object.  One is the walltime used by the job,     Three user-visible changes: there are two new job attributes in the "Job" object.  One is the walltime used by the job,
17     the other is the 'startAnchor' field which tells you whether the code has used the 'startTime' to find the start time,     the other is the 'startAnchor' field which tells you whether the code has used the 'startTime' to find the start time,
18     or has done it the old way by subtracting the walltime used from the current time.  These data are both printed     or has done it the old way by subtracting the walltime used from the current time.  These data are both printed
19     by lrmsinfo-pbs.     by lrmsinfo-pbs.  Those two changes are in principle user-visible, but only for those users directly using lrmsinfo-pbs.
20       Finally, vomaxjobs-maui accepts an argument '-k' to provide a key-file to the diagnose command.  This is needed for
21       e.g. installations where the diagnose client cmd is on RHEL4 and the maui server is on RHEL5 (different build = different key).
22    
23  Information below this point refers to older versions of the package, under the older naming  Information below this point refers to older versions of the package, under the older naming
24  scheme.  scheme.

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