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I get the error qsub: Bad UID for job execution when trying to submit a job via PBS

OS Version: CentOS release 4.6 (Final) Kernel \r on an \m 2.6.9-100.ELsmp When I attempt to run a job it gives me the error: qsub: Bad UID for job execution I have created a fresh user account and ...
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task queue manager for linux

I'm looking for a lightweight task queue manager for linux. The way I see it, different processes should be submitting task to the queue, the queue manager would execute them one by one in order of ...
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Installing resque on amazon ec2 instances

My problem is to process images through ec2 instances. Based this similar question: Separate server for Resque workers And in this article: ...
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Websphere MQ - Query view message with long time in queue

I need a query or just a command to see stopped/delayed/waiting messages in a queue, but for long time.
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Linux RAMDisk filesystem with blocking writes when filesystem is full

I need to set up a Linux RAMDisk to implement a queue. The basic idea is there will be processes writing to the RAMDisk. At the same time there are processes that watch for new files and read and ...
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MSMQ messages disappear when they get to remote server

I have to create a MSMQ messaging mechanism between two servers in the same domain, SenderServer (MS Server 2012) and ReceiverServer (MS Server 2008 R2). I created a private, transactional queue in ...
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Running task queue on server?

Currently I have a task queue running on the same server as my API server (2 cores). Is that a bad idea or is it fine? Why what are the advantages or disadvantages of this set up? Would it be a better ...
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Postfix can't write queue file

We had a problem with our mailserver lately: Setup: Server with Raid 1 running XenServer VM with Mailserver What happend? 1 disk failed Raid-Controller locked the disks so nothing could be ...
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Writing a Script to Delete JMS Queus in Websphere

suppose I have the following JMS queues "doc/queue1","home/queue2" and "someOtherQueue" added in a websphere process server, how can I write a script to delete them? looking around the web i haven't ...
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Batch Script - Query Filenames From Server Printer

Client: Windows XP Print Server: Ubuntu via CUPS Is there a way to query the printer queue on the server from a client to retrieve the name of the file being printed? Code example would be ...
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Altq limits not being applied to UDP transfers

I have a OpenBSD server acting as a router/firewall with yhr packet filter ruleset shown below, a linux server, and a linux client. When transferring files (using netcat) by TCP, the limits are ...
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Azure ASP.NET website http requests queued

We have a website deployed on Azure that has dreadful performance. When load increases, response times increase to whole minutes! CPU load is not even high, somewhere in the 40% region (we run one ...
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Why is audispd dropping events? What is in the queue?

My audispd keeps logging lots of queue full errors. Jun 9 08:46:29 web audispd: queue is full - dropping event I'd like to understand better why the queue is filling up and whether there is a ...
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How do I use qmqtool to list emails from a specific envelope sender?

Occassionally a user's email password will become compromised and the spammer will flood the Qmail queue with 10,000+ emails sent through a specific user's account. I know how to use qmqtool to remove ...
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Set total memory limit with Torque

I run a moderately sized cluster and I am having a queue problem. For example I have a node with 128GB of memory and a program that I set the amount of memory per core. So for example if I set memory ...
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Limiting internet subscriber's bandwidth on L2 vs L3

From my perspective, I see at least three ways of doing that: Limiting CIR/PIR per port in distribution: switches, GPON OLTs (L2) Limiting at router with simple HTB/PCQ queues (L3) Combination of ...
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PBS/TORQUE: qstat information needed after job is complete

I use PBS for running jobs in my workstation. The PBS server deletes all the job information after the job is complete. That is, qstat -f $JOBID does not show the information of past jobs. How do I ...
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ActiveMQ - delete VirtualTopic when Consumers = zero

I'm trying to implement a new application using JMS under activeMQ 5.8.0. There are several applications configured as Producers (ie to dump messages in an MQ), two topics, and then the Consumers are ...
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how do --queue-num iptables work?

Relation to --queue-num iptables Example iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp --dport 80 -j NFQUEUE --queue-num 30 Explanation The --queue-num option specifies which queue to use and to ...
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Error creating PBS/TORQUE job queue

I'm trying to create a PBS/TORQUE job queue using the following command: qmgr -c "create queue batch queue_type=execution" However, I'm getting the following error: Cannot resolve default ...
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Can't clear que for printer on the network

I'm not sure if this is the right place to post this, so forgive me if I am out of line. I'm having some printer problems with our server. When I look at the printer connected to our network, I see ...
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Can I tell IIS to process some requests sequentially and asynchronously?

Can I tell IIS to process some requests sequentially and asynchronously? Basically, I want some sort of queue for some kind of requests that will execute requests one after the other and, when a new ...
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shell command queuing system linux (like atd)

I need to queue shell commands depending on current available resources. I know of atd and it's exactly the type of tool I would like to find but with consideration for RAM and possibly disk ...