SGE queuing system

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Most used commands

The main documentation source for all the Sun Grid Engine system are the manual pages you can access through the command line (e.g. man qstat). A quick view of the main options of each command can be viewed by issuing the command with the '-help' switch.qstatshow jobs and queues statusPARAMETERMEANING<no parameters>show queued jobs-fshow all queues-j [JOBID]detailed job status [of the JOBID job]Example:$ qstat
job-ID prior name user state submit/start at queue slots ja-task-ID

Basic SGE Concepts

Queues, Jobs, SlotsUser initiated requests (Jobs) are managed by  the SGE system and queued in the universal queue named Q. Normally every job consumes a slot (ideally one slot = one CPU), unless more slots are requested using a parallel environment (see the Queuing Sytem documentation).To recap, normally:1 Job == 1 slot == 1 Q instance consuming 1 CPUIf N processors are needed, you can request N slots using the parallel environment.

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