[Oar-commits] r2701 - branches/2.4 trunk

capitn at users.gforge.inria.fr capitn at users.gforge.inria.fr
Mon Mar 8 22:17:03 CET 2010


Author: capitn
Date: 2010-03-08 22:17:03 +0100 (Mon, 08 Mar 2010)
New Revision: 2701

Modified:
   branches/2.4/FAQ-ADMIN
   trunk/FAQ-ADMIN
Log:
Little doc enhancement.


Modified: branches/2.4/FAQ-ADMIN
===================================================================
--- branches/2.4/FAQ-ADMIN	2010-03-06 21:11:39 UTC (rev 2700)
+++ branches/2.4/FAQ-ADMIN	2010-03-08 21:17:03 UTC (rev 2701)
@@ -257,11 +257,11 @@
 
 A job remains in the "Finishing" state, what can I do?
 ------------------------------------------------------
-If you have waited more than a couple of minutes (5mn for example) then
+If you have waited more than a couple of minutes (10mn for example) then
 something wrong occurred (frontal has crashed, out of memory, ...).
 
 So you are able to turn manually a job into the "Error" state by typing in
-the OAR install directory (example with a bash shell)::
+the OAR install directory with the root user (example with a bash shell)::
 
     export OARCONFFILE=/etc/oar/oar.conf
     perl -e 'use oar_iolib; $db = iolib::connect(); iolib::set_job_state($db,42,"Error")'

Modified: trunk/FAQ-ADMIN
===================================================================
--- trunk/FAQ-ADMIN	2010-03-06 21:11:39 UTC (rev 2700)
+++ trunk/FAQ-ADMIN	2010-03-08 21:17:03 UTC (rev 2701)
@@ -257,11 +257,11 @@
 
 A job remains in the "Finishing" state, what can I do?
 ------------------------------------------------------
-If you have waited more than a couple of minutes (5mn for example) then
+If you have waited more than a couple of minutes (10mn for example) then
 something wrong occurred (frontal has crashed, out of memory, ...).
 
 So you are able to turn manually a job into the "Error" state by typing in
-the OAR install directory (example with a bash shell)::
+the OAR install directory with the root user (example with a bash shell)::
 
     export OARCONFFILE=/etc/oar/oar.conf
     perl -e 'use oar_iolib; $db = iolib::connect(); iolib::set_job_state($db,42,"Error")'




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