[Bioclusters] sharing an SGE cluster

Fred L Youhanaie fly at anydata.co.uk
Thu May 5 13:45:01 EDT 2005

Hi Peter,

peter_webb at agilent.com wrote:
> *	If group A (or B) is the only one using it, they get all 10
> machines.
> *	If group A and group B are both using it, they effectively get 5
> machines each.

What you are asking for is catered for with the share tree facility, I 
won't repeat the documentation here, I'm sure you can read for yourself :)

If you ae still having problems ask on the sge mailing list, that's the 
best place for sge related questions.



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