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    Command:

    pbs_server

    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

           pbs_server [-a    active]    [-d config_path] [-p port]   [-A acctfile]
           [-L logfile]   [-M mom_port]    [-R momRPP_port]    [-S scheduler_port]
           [-H hostname] [-t type]
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           The  pbs_server  command  starts the operation of a batch server on the
           local host.  Typically, this command will be in a local boot file  such
           as  /etc/rc.local  .   If  the  batch  server  is already in execution,
           pbs_server will exit with an error.  To insure that the pbs_server com-
           mand  is  not  runnable  by the general user community, the server will
           only execute if its real and effective uid is zero.
    
           The server will record a diagnostic message in a log file for any error
           occurrence.   The log files are maintained in the server_logs directory
           below the home directory of the server.  If  the  log  file  cannot  be
           opened, the diagnostic message is written to the system console.
    
    
    

    OPTIONS

           -a active      Specifies if scheduling is active or not.  This sets the
                          server attribute scheduling.  If the option argument  is
                          "true"  ("True", "t", "T", or "1"), the server is active
                          and the PBS job scheduler will be called.  If the  argu-
                          ment  is  "false" ("False", "f", "F", or "0), the server
                          is idle, and the scheduler will not  be  called  and  no
                          jobs  will be run.  If this option is not specified, the
                          server will retain the prior  value  of  the  scheduling
                          attribute.
    
           -d config_path Specifies the path of the directory which is home to the
                          servers configuration files, PBS_HOME.  A host may  have
                          multiple  servers.   Each  server  must have a different
                          configuration  directory.   The  default   configuration
                          directory  is given by the symbol $PBS_SERVER_HOME which
                          is typically /usr/spool/PBS.
    
           -p port        Specifies the port number on which the server will  lis-
                          ten for batch requests.  If multiple servers are running
                          on a single host, each must have  its  own  unique  port
                          number.  This option is for use in testing with multiple
                          batch systems on a single host.
    
           -A acctfile    Specifies an absolute path name of the file  to  use  as
                          the  accounting  file.   If  not  specified, the file is
                          named    for     the     current     date     in     the
                          PBS_HOME/server_priv/accounting directory.
    
           -l scheduler_port
                          Specifies  the  host  name  and port number of listening
                          schedulers. By default pbs_server  communicates  to  the
                          scheduler on the loop back address at port 15004. If the
                          scheduler and pbs_server are not on the same host the -l
                          server should connect the job executor, MOM.  The option
                          argument, mom_conn, is  one  of  the  forms:  host_name,
                          [:]port_number,  or host_name:port_number.  If host_name
                          not specified, the local host is assumed.   If port_num-
                          ber  is not specified, the default port is assumed.  See
                          the -M option for pbs_mom(8).
    
           -R mom_RPPport Specifies the port number on which the the server should
                          query  the  up/down  status of Mom.    See the -R option
                          for pbs_mom(8).
    
           -S scheduler_port
                          Specifies the port number to  which  the  server  should
                          connect  when  contacting  the  Scheduler.   By  default
                          pbs_server looks  for  the  scheduler  on  the  loopback
                          address at port 15004. The -S option changes the default
                          to the value given in the option  argument.  The  option
                          argument, scheduler_conn, is of the same syntax as under
                          the -M option.
    
           -H hostname    Causes the server to start under a different hostname as
                          obtained  from  gethostname(2).  Useful for servers with
                          multiple network interfaces to support connections  from
                          clients  over  an interface that has a hostname assigned
                          that differs from the one that is returned  by  gethost-
                          name(2).
    
           -t type        Specifies  the  impact  on jobs which were in execution,
                          running, when the server shut down.  If the running  job
                          is  not  rerunnable  or  restartable  from  a checkpoint
                          image, the job is aborted.  If the job is rerunnable  or
                          restartable, then the actions described below are taken.
                          When the type argument is:
    
                          hot     All jobs are requeued except non-rerunnable jobs
                                  that  were  executing.  Any rerunnable job which
                                  was executing when the server went down will  be
                                  run immediately.  This returns the server to the
                                  same state as when it went  down.   After  those
                                  jobs are restarted, then normal scheduling takes
                                  place for all remaining queued jobs.
    
                                  If a job cannot be restarted immediately because
                                  of  a  missing  resource,  such  as a node being
                                  down,  the server will  attempt  to  restart  it
                                  periodically  for  upto  5 minutes.   After that
                                  period, the  server  will  revert  to  a  normal
                                  state,  as  if  warm started, and will no longer
                                  attempt to restart any remaining jobs which were
                                  running prior to the shutdown.
    
                          warm    All  rerunnable jobs which were running when the
    
    
    

    FILES

           $PBS_SERVER_HOME/server_priv
                          default  directory  for  configuration  files, typically
                          /usr/spool/pbs/server_priv
    
           $PBS_SERVER_HOME/server_logs
                          directory for log files recorded by the server.
    
    
    

    Signal Handling

           On receipt of the following signals, the server  performs  the  defined
           action:
    
           SIGHUP The  current  server  log  and  accounting  log  are  closed and
                  reopened.  This allows for the prior log to be renamed and a new
                  log started from the time of the signal.
    
           SIGINT Causes an orderly shutdown of pbs_server.
    
           SIGUSR1, SIGUSR2
                  Causes  server  to increase and decrease logging levels, respec-
                  tively.
    
           SIGTERM
                  Causes an orderly shutdown of pbs_server.
    
           SIGSHUTDN
                  On systems (Unicos) where SIGSHUTDN is defined, it  also  causes
                  an orderly shutdown of the server.
    
           SIGPIPE
                  This signal is ignored.
    
           All other signals have their default behavior installed.
    
    
    

    EXIT STATUS

           If  the server command fails to begin batch operation, the server exits
           with a value greater than zero.
    
    
    

    SEE ALSO

           qsub   (1B),    pbs_connect(3B),    pbs_mom(8B),    pbs_sched_basl(8B),
           pbs_sched_tcl(8B),  pbsnodes(8B),  qdisable(8B), qenable(8B), qmgr(1B),
           qrun(8B), qstart(8B), qstop(8B), qterm(8B), and the PBS External Refer-
           ence Specification.
    
    
    

    Local pbs_server(8B)

    
    
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