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NAME

       wiki.conf  -  Slurm  configuration  file  for  wiki and wiki2 scheduler
       plugins

DESCRIPTION

       wiki.conf is an ASCII file which describes  wiki  and  wiki2  scheduler
       specific  SLURM  configuration  information.   The file location can be
       modified at system build time using the DEFAULT_SLURM_CONF parameter or
       at  execution  time by setting the SLURM_CONF environment variable. The
       file will always be located in the same  directory  as  the  slurm.conf
       file.

       Parameter  names are case insensitive.  Any text following a "#" in the
       configuration file is treated as a comment  through  the  end  of  that
       line.  The size of each line in the file is limited to 1024 characters.
       Changes to the configuration file take effect  upon  restart  of  SLURM
       daemons,  daemon  receipt  of  the  SIGHUP  signal, or execution of the
       command "scontrol reconfigure" unless otherwise noted.

       The overall configuration parameters available include:

       AuthKey
              Authentication key for communications.  This should be  no  more
              than  a  32-bit unsigned integer and match the KEY configured in
              the moab-private.cnf  file  (for  the  Moab  Scheduler)  or  the
              --with-key= value used to configure the Maui Scheduler.

       EHost  Name  the computer on which Moab server executes.  It is used in
              establishing a communications path for event  notification.   By
              default  EHost  will  be  identical  in value to the ControlAddr
              configured in slurm.conf.  Not applicable to wiki  plugin,  only
              the wiki2 plugin.

       EHostBackup
              Name  the computer on which the backup Moab server executes.  It
              is  used  in  establishing  a  communications  path  for   event
              notification.  By default EHostBackup will be identical in value
              to the BackupAddr configured in slurm.conf.  Not  applicable  to
              wiki plugin, only the wiki2 plugin.

       EPort  Port  to  be  used  to  notify  Moab of events (job submitted to
              SLURM, job terminates, etc.).  This numeric value  should  match
              EPORT  configured  in the moab.cnf file.  Not applicable to wiki
              plugin, only the wiki2 plugin.

       ExcludePartitions
              Identifies partitions whose jobs are to be scheduled directly by
              SLURM  rather  than Moab/Maui.  This only effects jobs which are
              submitted using SLURM commands (i.e. srun, salloc or sbatch, NOT
              msub   from   Moab).    These   jobs  will  be  scheduled  on  a
              First-Come-First-Served basis  directly  by  SLURM.   Note  that
              SLURM  recognizes  jobs  submitted via msub based upon the value
              FirstJobId configured in slurm.conf.  Set  the  values  MINJOBID
              and  MAXJOBID  in moab.cfg accordingly.  For example MINJOBID=1,
              MAXJOBID=65535 and FirstJobId=65536.  Jobs submitted using  msub
              will  have  job ID values in the range of 1 and 65535 while jobs
              submitted directly using SLURM commands will have a  job  ID  of
              65536  or  higher.  Moab/Maui controls for resource reservation,
              fair share scheduling, etc. will not apply to the initiation  of
              these  jobs.  While Moab/Maui will not control the initiation of
              jobs in these partitions, it will account  for  and  report  the
              jobs.  If more than one partition is to be scheduled directly by
              SLURM, use a comma separator  between  their  names.   This  may
              provide faster response times than Moab/Maui scheduling.

       HidePartitionJobs
              Identifies  partitions  whose  jobs  are  not  to be reported to
              Moab/Maui.  These jobs will not be accounted  for  or  otherwise
              visible  to  Moab/Maui.  Any partitions listed here must also be
              listed in ExcludePartitions.  This only effects jobs  which  are
              submitted  using  SLURM  commands (i.e.  srun, salloc or sbatch,
              NOT msub from Moab).  If more than one partition is to have  its
              jobs hidden, use a comma separator between their names.

       HidePartitionNodes
              Identifies  partitions  whose  nodes  are  not to be reported to
              Moab/Maui.  Nodes which are configured only in hidden partitions
              will  not  be  accounted  for or otherwise visible to Moab/Maui.
              Any partitions included here will normally also be  included  in
              the ExcludePartitions and HidePartitionJobs parameters.  If more
              than one partition is to have  its  jobs  hidden,  use  a  comma
              separator between their names.

       HostFormat
              Controls  the  format  of host lists exchanged between SLURM and
              Moab.  The default value is "0".  Not applicable to wiki plugin,
              only the wiki2 plugin.

              0      No   data   compression.   Each   host   name  is  listed
                     individually.

              1      SLURM hostlist expressions are exchanged with task counts
                     (e.g.  "tux[0-16]*2")  in  job  state information and job
                     initiation requests.

              2      SLURM hostlist expressions are used to report node  state
                     information.

       JobAggregationTime
              This  is used to avoid notifying Moab of large numbers of events
              occuring about the same time.  If an event  occurs  within  this
              number  of  seconds  since  Moab  was last notified of an event,
              another notification is not sent.  This  should  be  an  integer
              number  of seconds.  The default value is 10 seconds.  The value
              should match JOBAGGREGATIONTIME configured in the moab.cnf file.
              Not applicable to wiki plugin, only the wiki2 plugin.

       JobPriority
              Controls  initial  job  priority.   The default value is "hold".
              Not applicable to wiki plugin, only the wiki2 plugin.

              run    Job permitted to run directly under SLURM's control

              hold   Hold all incoming jobs until Moab or Maui  tell  them  to
                     run

EXAMPLE

       ##################################################################
       # SLURM's configuration file for sched/wiki plugin
       ##################################################################
       #
       # Hold all incoming jobs until Moab tells them to run
       JobPriority=hold
       # Slurm directly schedules jobs in the debug and test partitions
       ExcludePartitions=debug,test
       #
       # Moab encryption key, matches KEY in moab-private.cfg
       AuthKey=1234
       #
       # Moab event notification port, matches EPORT in moab.cfg
       EPort=15017
       # Moab event notification hosts, where Moab executes
       EHost=tux0
       EHostBackup=tux1
       # Moab event notifcation throttle, matches JOBAGGREGATIONTIME
       # in moab.cfg (integer value in seconds)
       JobAggregationTime=15

COPYING

       Copyright  (C)  2006-2007  The Regents of the University of California.
       Produced at Lawrence Livermore National  Laboratory  (cf,  DISCLAIMER).
       CODE-OCEC-09-009. All rights reserved.

       This  file  is  part  of  SLURM,  a  resource  management program.  For
       details, see <http://www.schedmd.com/slurmdocs/>.

       SLURM is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it  under
       the  terms  of  the GNU General Public License as published by the Free
       Software Foundation; either version 2  of  the  License,  or  (at  your
       option) any later version.

       SLURM  is  distributed  in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT
       ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of  MERCHANTABILITY  or
       FITNESS  FOR  A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU General Public License
       for more details.

SEE ALSO

       slurm.conf(5)