Enis, FYI, Unfortunately I am traveling out of the country today and further investigation will need to wait until I return.
I will set a note to follow-up on this when I get back and let you know more details so we can see just what is happening in more detail. Expect to hear back from me in a couple of weeks. Thanks for the help, David On Wed, May 4, 2016 at 8:10 PM Enis Afgan <enis.af...@irb.hr> wrote: > >> Now we have what may be a CloudMan question: our working cluster has a >> head node and 4 workers. The head node is loaded up but the workers are >> idle. I would have thought jobs should be pushing out to the workers but we >> don't see any load on these machines. >> >> So are the jobs queued just not being scheduled on the workers? If that's > the case, it is definitely not the expected behavior. What about submitting > an additional job from Galaxy or the command line - where does it go? I've > never tried the splitting thing but just wonder if there's some affinity > assigned that makes all jobs run on the same node, although it seems that > wold defeat the whole purpose of splitting... >
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