Multi-cluster support
Display data from multiple Grid Engine clusters.
flex-grid (qlicserver) integration
allow dynamic display of license/resource utilization in combination with the flex-grid/qlicserver package.
Live Display Mode
Grid Engine state and status data is refreshed before every page display by builtin methods that query the SGE qmaster directly. Suitable for sites and clusters where generating a ‘qstat’ call each time a page is accessed does not present scaling or performance issues.
Cached Display Mode
XML status data from Grid Engine can be cached to a local file at a user definable interval and used for generating web pages. This mode prevents the SGE ‘qmaster’ daemon from having to be contacted with a qstat query each time a page is accessed. Most suitable for sites operating very large clusters or systems with many thousands of active jobs. Information about individual jobs is still fetched dynamically.
Client-side XSLT transformations
using the HTTPi webserver or Apache Cocoon 2.1
Server-side XSLT transformations
using Apache Cocoon 2.1 only.
Per user job sorting
users can view their own pending/active jobs according to the URL request parameter.
Job Detail handling via URL
for any active or pending job.
Standard or Report view for qstat -f output
a special terse “report” view can be used for very large or very active clusters. This is to handle clusters with thousands of nodes or hundreds of thousands of active grid jobs
Monitoring of remote clusters
xml-qstat can also be used to relay raw xml streams from the Grid Engine qstat output across a http transport. This is particularly useful with the HTTPi-xmlqstat version – a stripped-down version (webserver only) can be run on the remote cluster with the results integrated into the standard multi-cluster view.