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       qsched, process-scheduler-log - show scheduling information on resource reservation


       qsched   [-u user|--user=user]  [-a|--all]  [-j jid_list|--jid=jid_list]  [-f|--full]  [-s
       j|--sort=j] [-q|--queues] [-d|--debug] [-h|--help]
       process-scheduler-log [-v]


       qsched reports resources being reserved for jobs on the basis of the schedule file,  which
       is  processed  by  process-scheduler-log,  which  runs  continuously.  Generating schedule
       requires setting MONITOR=1 in the params parameter of the scheduler (see sched_conf(5)).

       process-scheduler-log should simply be started in the background as it does not  currently
       daemonize itself.  Alternatively, it could be run under daemonize(1), or adapted to run as
       a global load sensor (see sge_execd(8)).  It  needs  SGE_ROOT  and  SGE_CELL  set  in  the
       environment when it starts.

       qsched  and process-scheduler-log both potentially need editing to configure for the local
       installation, particularly the definition of $trim_string in qsched.


       -a | --all
              View jobs belonging to all users (synonym for -u user) View jobs belonging to user.

       -d | --debug
              Print debugging information.

       -f | --full
              Print all available data for each job.

       -h | --help
              Print help information.

       -j jid_list | --jid=jid_list
              jid_list is a comma-separated list of job ids to view.

       -q | --queues
              Sort output by queue.

       -s j | --sort=j
              Sort output by job id.

       -u user | --user=user
              View jobs belonging to user.

       -v     Print information on standard output.  -u *).

       The default is to sort by start time.


              Contains the process id of process-scheduler-log.

              Consulted to check that the qmaster is active.

              Normal schedule monitoring file.

              Contents of last complete scheduling interval seen in schedule file.


       sched_conf(5), daemonize(1)


       Mark Dixon <>
       Man page by Dave Love <>