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strigger - Used set, get or clear Slurm trigger information.
strigger --set [OPTIONS...] strigger --get [OPTIONS...] strigger --clear [OPTIONS...]
strigger is used to set, get or clear Slurm trigger information. Triggers include events such as a node failing, a job reaching its time limit or a job terminating. These events can cause actions such as the execution of an arbitrary script. Typical uses include notifying system administrators of node failures and gracefully terminating a job when it's time limit is approaching. A hostlist expression for the nodelist or job ID is passed as an argument to the program. Trigger events are not processed instantly, but a check is performed for trigger events on a periodic basis (currently every 15 seconds). Any trigger events which occur within that interval will be compared against the trigger programs set at the end of the time interval. The trigger program will be executed once for any event occurring in that interval. The record of those events (e.g. nodes which went DOWN in the previous 15 seconds) will then be cleared. The trigger program must set a new trigger before the end of the next interval to ensure that no trigger events are missed OR the trigger must be created with an argument of "--flags=PERM". If desired, multiple trigger programs can be set for the same event. IMPORTANT NOTE: This command can only set triggers if run by the user SlurmUser unless SlurmUser is configured as user root. This is required for the slurmctld daemon to set the appropriate user and group IDs for the executed program. Also note that the trigger program is executed on the same node that the slurmctld daemon uses rather than some allocated compute node. To check the value of SlurmUser, run the command: scontrol show config | grep SlurmUser
-a, --primary_slurmctld_failure Trigger an event when the primary slurmctld fails. -A, --primary_slurmctld_resumed_operation Trigger an event when the primary slurmctld resuming operation after failure. -b, --primary_slurmctld_resumed_control Trigger an event when primary slurmctld resumes control. -B, --backup_slurmctld_failure Trigger an event when the backup slurmctld fails. -c, --backup_slurmctld_resumed_operation Trigger an event when the backup slurmctld resumes operation after failure. -C, --backup_slurmctld_assumed_control Trigger event when backup slurmctld assumes control. --burst_buffer Trigger event when burst buffer error occurs. --clear Clear or delete a previously defined event trigger. The --id, --jobid or --user option must be specified to identify the trigger(s) to be cleared. Only user root or the trigger's creator can delete a trigger. -d, --down Trigger an event if the specified node goes into a DOWN state. -D, --drained Trigger an event if the specified node goes into a DRAINED state. -e, --primary_slurmctld_acct_buffer_full Trigger an event when primary slurmctld accounting buffer is full. -F, --fail Trigger an event if the specified node goes into a FAILING state. -f, --fini Trigger an event when the specified job completes execution. --flags=type Associate flags with the reservation. Multiple flags should be comma separated. Valid flags include: PERM Make the trigger permanent. Do not purge it after the event occurs. --front_end Trigger events based upon changes in state of front end nodes rather than compute nodes. Applies to Cray ALPS architectures only, where the slurmd daemon executes on front end nodes rather than the compute nodes. Use this option with either the --up or --down option. -g, --primary_slurmdbd_failure Trigger an event when the primary slurmdbd fails. -G, --primary_slurmdbd_resumed_operation Trigger an event when the primary slurmdbd resumes operation after failure. --get Show registered event triggers. Options can be used for filtering purposes. -h, --primary_database_failure Trigger an event when the primary database fails. -H, --primary_database_resumed_operation Trigger an event when the primary database resumes operation after failure. -i, --id=id Trigger ID number. -I, --idle Trigger an event if the specified node remains in an IDLE state for at least the time period specified by the --offset option. This can be useful to hibernate a node that remains idle, thus reducing power consumption. -j, --jobid=id Job ID of interest. NOTE: The --jobid option can not be used in conjunction with the --node option. When the --jobid option is used in conjunction with the --up or --down option, all nodes allocated to that job will considered the nodes used as a trigger event. -M, --clusters=<string> Clusters to issue commands to. Note that the SlurmDBD must be up for this option to work properly. -n, --node[=host] Host name(s) of interest. By default, all nodes associated with the job (if --jobid is specified) or on the system are considered for event triggers. NOTE: The --node option can not be used in conjunction with the --jobid option. When the --jobid option is used in conjunction with the --up, --down or --drained option, all nodes allocated to that job will considered the nodes used as a trigger event. Since this option's argument is optional, for proper parsing the single letter option must be followed immediately with the value and not include a space between them. For example "-ntux" and not "-n tux". -N, --noheader Do not print the header when displaying a list of triggers. -o, --offset=seconds The specified action should follow the event by this time interval. Specify a negative value if action should preceded the event. The default value is zero if no --offset option is specified. The resolution of this time is about 20 seconds, so to execute a script not less than five minutes prior to a job reaching its time limit, specify --offset=320 (5 minutes plus 20 seconds). -p, --program=path Execute the program at the specified fully qualified pathname when the event occurs. You may quote the path and include extra program arguments if desired. The program will be executed as the user who sets the trigger. If the program fails to terminate within 5 minutes, it will be killed along with any spawned processes. -Q, --quiet Do not report non-fatal errors. This can be useful to clear triggers which may have already been purged. -r, --reconfig Trigger an event when the system configuration changes. This is triggered when the slurmctld daemon reads its configuration file or when a node state changes. --set Register an event trigger based upon the supplied options. NOTE: An event is only triggered once. A new event trigger must be set established for future events of the same type to be processed. Triggers can only be set if the command is run by the user SlurmUser unless SlurmUser is configured as user root. -t, --time Trigger an event when the specified job's time limit is reached. This must be used in conjunction with the --jobid option. -u, --up Trigger an event if the specified node is returned to service from a DOWN state. --user=user_name_or_id Clear or get triggers created by the specified user. For example, a trigger created by user root for a job created by user adam could be cleared with an option --user=root. Specify either a user name or user ID. -v, --verbose Print detailed event logging. This includes time-stamps on data structures, record counts, etc. -V , --version Print version information and exit.
OUTPUT FIELD DESCRIPTIONS
TRIG_ID Trigger ID number. RES_TYPE Resource type: job or node RES_ID Resource ID: job ID or host names or "*" for any host TYPE Trigger type: time or fini (for jobs only), down or up (for jobs or nodes), or drained, idle or reconfig (for nodes only) OFFSET Time offset in seconds. Negative numbers indicated the action should occur before the event (if possible) USER Name of the user requesting the action PROGRAM Pathname of the program to execute when the event occurs
Some strigger options may be set via environment variables. These environment variables, along with their corresponding options, are listed below. (Note: commandline options will always override these settings) SLURM_CONF The location of the Slurm configuration file.
Execute the program "/usr/sbin/primary_slurmctld_failure" whenever the primary slurmctld fails. > cat /usr/sbin/primary_slurmctld_failure #!/bin/bash # Submit trigger for next primary slurmctld failure event strigger --set --primary_slurmctld_failure \ --program=/usr/sbin/primary_slurmctld_failure # Notify the administrator of the failure using by e-mail /usr/bin/mail email@example.com -s Primary_SLURMCTLD_FAILURE > strigger --set --primary_slurmctld_failure \ --program=/usr/sbin/primary_slurmctld_failure Execute the program "/usr/sbin/slurm_admin_notify" whenever any node in the cluster goes down. The subject line will include the node names which have entered the down state (passed as an argument to the script by Slurm). > cat /usr/sbin/slurm_admin_notify #!/bin/bash # Submit trigger for next event strigger --set --node --down \ --program=/usr/sbin/slurm_admin_notify # Notify administrator using by e-mail /usr/bin/mail firstname.lastname@example.org -s NodesDown:$* > strigger --set --node --down \ --program=/usr/sbin/slurm_admin_notify Execute the program "/usr/sbin/slurm_suspend_node" whenever any node in the cluster remains in the idle state for at least 600 seconds. > strigger --set --node --idle --offset=600 \ --program=/usr/sbin/slurm_suspend_node Execute the program "/home/joe/clean_up" when job 1234 is within 10 minutes of reaching its time limit. > strigger --set --jobid=1234 --time --offset=-600 \ --program=/home/joe/clean_up Execute the program "/home/joe/node_died" when any node allocated to job 1234 enters the DOWN state. > strigger --set --jobid=1234 --down \ --program=/home/joe/node_died Show all triggers associated with job 1235. > strigger --get --jobid=1235 TRIG_ID RES_TYPE RES_ID TYPE OFFSET USER PROGRAM 123 job 1235 time -600 joe /home/bob/clean_up 125 job 1235 down 0 joe /home/bob/node_died Delete event trigger 125. > strigger --clear --id=125 Execute /home/joe/job_fini upon completion of job 1237. > strigger --set --jobid=1237 --fini --program=/home/joe/job_fini
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