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#42 fixed remove php5 function and add seperate databases per cluster bastiaans bastiaans

I have a question about a special configuration of jobmonarch. We have
two clusters each with one joblist which store data on two databases on
a unique postgresql server. We want to display the data stored on jobs
from each cluster take place in their dedicated pages. In other way, we
don't want to use one database for two clusters and displayed the jobs
done on the cluster X on the jobarchive's page of the cluster Y.  is it

For informations :
- We have test jobmonarch (svn) with PHP4 and  it's ok while the
variable $SORTBY_HOSTNAME is not defined. If it is defined the function
*stripos()* miss in PHP4, it is a PHP5 function :
- Joblist and jobarchive seem ok with python 2.3 on a PIII and an
opteron 64 bits by 'seem' i think we haven't found any problem or bug.

Thanks you in advance for your answer,


Alexis MICHON                  CNRS, France
IBCP, Institut de Biologie et Chimie des Proteines
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#40 fixed Jobmond dies when monitoring a number of jobs > number of processors bastiaans anonymous

Jobmond dies with the following traceback when it is monitoring a number of jobs which is superior to the number of processors:

Traceback (most recent call last):

File "/usr/local/sbin/", line 811, in ?


File "/usr/local/sbin/", line 806, in main

File "/usr/local/sbin/", line 339, in run = self.getJobData( )

File "/usr/local/sbin/", line 623, in getJobData

count_mynodes = count_mynodes + int( nodepart )

ValueError?: invalid literal for int():

A patch for the error is provided as an attachment.

#39 fixed Wrong number of free nodes reported bastiaans aloga@…

When there are more jobs than CPUs on a system, the JobMonarch? web interface reports a negative number of Free CPUS.

Replacing on the overiew.php file the lines 698 and 699 with the lines below should correct the problem.

698 $free_nodes = ($avail_nodes - $running_nodes) >= 0 ? $avail_nodes - $running_nodes : 0; 699 $free_cpus = ($avail_cpus - $running_cpus) >= 0 ? $avail_cpus - $running_cpus : 0;


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