miser_jinfo - query miser about the schedule/description of a submitted
miser_jinfo -j bid [-d] | -h
The miser_jinfo command is used to query the schedule/description of a
job that has already been scheduled by miser(1) If the specified job
exists and miser(1) is running, miser_jinfo will return the schedule in
the same format as miser_submit(1).
The format of the schedule returned by miser_jinfo is a table that lists:
JOBID [Toc] [Back]
The batch ID is used by miser, various miser commands, and the
kernel to communicate about a specific job. It is equivalent to the
process group id.
CPU The number of CPUs allocated.
MEM The amount of memory allocated shown in bytes, kilobytes(k),
megabytes(m), or gigabytes(g).
DURATION [Toc] [Back]
The duration or the total wall clock time is the product of the CPU
time and the number of CPUs. Not available with -d option.
START TIME [Toc] [Back]
The starting time is when the job is going to get batch critical
priority, if running opportunistically (NON-STATIC); or will start
running if submitted as STATIC.
END TIME [Toc] [Back]
The completion time is when Miser has scheduled the job to
MLT Multiple of CPUs allowed by the submitter for scheduling
flexibility, if total cpus requested not available. Not available
with -d option. See miser_submit(4) for details.
PRI The priority is a field provided for use by scheduling policies (to
be implemented). Not available with -d option.
OPT The option field indicates STATIC (S) for STATIC submission, and/or
kill (K) as exception handler flag. Kill is the only exception
handling provided today. Not available with -d option.
USER The username of the job's submitter/owner. Available with -d
COMMAND [Toc] [Back]
Shows the command for all active batch jobs. Available with -d
The bid is the ID of the miser job and is the process group id of
the job. For a more detailed discussion of the bid see
miser_submit(1) and miser(1).
-d Prints job description including job owner and command. It replaces
duration, multiple, priority, and optional fields from the non '-d'
-h Print the command's usage message.
miser(1), miser(4), miser(5), miser_kill(1), miser_move(1),
miser_qinfo(1), miser_reset(1), miser_submit(1), miser_submit(4).
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