miser_qinfo - query information on miser queues, queue resource status,
and list of jobs scheduled against a queue
miser_qinfo | -Q | -q qname [-j] | [-a] | [-A] | -h
The miser_qinfo command is used to retrieve information about the free
resources of a queue, the names of all miser queues, and to query all
jobs currently scheduled against a particular queue.
List all queues and their jobs and schedules.
-Q List all defined miser queues.
List current status of the queue specified including the free
resources associated with qname. A queue, as described in miser(1),
has a resource vector of time and space. Each element of the vector
represents a quantum of time that has an associated space against
which a job can request resources. The output of this option is a
list of all the elements of the resource vector in tabular form. At
the top of the table is the name of the queue and the size of the
quantum in seconds. Each entry of the table either consists of a
time/space tuple: START TIME, CPU, MEMORY, and END TIME. This can
be a slow and an expensive query and the response time is
proportional to the the length of the queue.
-q qname -j
List all submitted jobids in the queue.
-a List all queues and their jobs and schedules, ordered by job ID.
The job list produces a brief description of the job. See
miser_jinfo(1) for a description of the output fields. This is the
-A List current status of all defined miser queues.
-h Print the command's usage message.
The information returned is a snapshot of the current resources and may
be inaccurate by the time the information is displayed.
To access information about a particular queue, the user must have read
access to the queue definition file (see miser(4) for more information
about queue definition files).
miser(1), miser(4), miser(5), miser_jinfo(1), miser_kill(1),
miser_move(1), miser_reset(1), miser_submit(1).
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