Gold can track the jobs that run on your system, recording the charges and resources used for each job. Typically, a job record is created when the resource manager charges for a job. Job quotes, reservations, charges, and refunds can be issued.
However, it is also possible to create job records by hand using the gmkjob command:
gmkjob [-u user_name] [-p project_name] [-m machine_name] [-o organization] [-C queue_name] [-Q quality_of_service] [-P processors] [-N nodes] [-M memory] [-D disk] [-n job_name] [--application application] [--executable executable] [-t wallclock_duration] [-s start_time] [-e end_time] [-T job_type] [-d description] [-X | --extension property=value...] [--debug] [-? | --help] [--man] [--quiet] [-v | --verbose] [-V | --version] [[-J] job_id]
Example 1. Creating a job record
$ gmkjob -u jsmith -p chem -m cluster -X Charge=2468 -P 2 -t 1234 -J PBS.1234.0 Successfully created Job 102