NAME     SYNOPSIS     DESCRIPTION     OPTIONS     SEE ALSO     BUGS     AUTHORS

glupart(1)

 glupart(1) 
1/31/97

 glupart(1) 
1/31/97

NAME

  glupart -  GLUnix partition and reservation management

SYNOPSIS

glupart  

DESCRIPTION

glupart is used to help control where programs are run in GLUnix and which users have permission to run on certain machines. glupart makes use of a number of primitives:
  group  consists of a name for the group, a set of members which the group represents, and a set of owners which are allowed to modify the member and owner sets for this group.
  alias  consists of a name for this alias and a set of users who can assign this alias to machine, remove this alias from machine, and who can delete this alias.
  machine  consists of a name, a set of aliases which can be used to name this machine, a set of users who are allowed to run programs on this machine, and a set of owners who are allowed to reserve this machine for exclusive use.
  reservation  consists of an alias which will be used to refer to the machine, a description (see below) for this reservation, start and stop times, and a set of users who can use the reserved machines during the reservation period.
A reservation description is built out of machine names and aliases, possibly joined together by the set operations:
  union  "+" (example, "ultra+dawn")
  intersection  "^" (example, "ultra^mpp")
  difference  "-" (example, "all^desktop")
Descriptions can be fully parenthesized, as in (ultra-desktop)^dawn. When making reservations, this description string may be prepended with a number, representing the number of nodes which should be reserved, and a colon, as in 4:ultra.

OPTIONS

Available commands for glupart are:
  machine  query/manipulate the set of machines known to glupart
  group  query/manipulate the set of groups known to glupart
  alias  query/manipulate the set of aliases
  reservation  query/manipulate the set of reservations
  -a  Print information for all users. This will add a column identifying the owner of each process.
  -n  Print the set of nodes that each process is running on.
  -l  Print the full process name (including argv's).

SEE ALSO

glush(1), glustat(1), glurun(1)

BUGS

None known.
Should any bugs be found, please report to
glunix-bugs@now.cs.berkeley.edu.

AUTHORS

glupart was conceived and written by:
  Douglas Ghormley (ghorm@cs.berkeley.edu) and
  David Petrou (dpetrou@cs.berkeley.edu).
  Chad Yoshikawa (chad@cs.berkeley.edu).


 glupart(1) 
1/31/97

 glupart(1) 
1/31/97

NAME     SYNOPSIS     DESCRIPTION     OPTIONS     SEE ALSO     BUGS     AUTHORS


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