SCHEDCFG[moab] SERVER=moab:42559 SCHEDCFG[moab] MODE=NORMAL SCHEDCFG[moab] FLAGS=ALLOWMULTICOMPUTE NOLOCALUSERENV TRUE DISPLAYFLAGS SHOWSYSTEMJOBS
Some parameters are needed to make OS tracking work correctly. FLAGS=ALLOWMULTICOMPUTE must be set on the scheduler. For example:
Moab does not automatically validate all user accounts or directories on the head node. If NOLOCALUSERENV is set to TRUE, Moab relies on the resource manager to validate user accounts and directories.
If the administrator would like to have separate user spaces between operating systems, for example having Linux users that do not exist in active directory, be sure to assign the USERSPACEISSEPARATE flag to each of the resource managers.
Also, please note that it is required to place all the compute nodes in the same partition. In the current example, the partition local was used, but any name can be assigned to this partition. This change affects each of the resource managers as well as every one of the compute nodes.
By default in Moab 5.4 and later, system jobs (such as provisioning jobs) do not display when you run the showq command. Setting the DISPLAYFLAGS parameter to SHOWSYSTEMJOBS enables you to see such jobs when you run showq.
|Additional information on scheduler configuration is available in the section titled Installing Moab, and in the canonical Moab Documentation.|