N1GE settings are global values reflecting the attributes of a particular application profile. You can have several application profiles but only one profile can be active for a grid at any particular time. The settings are described in the attributes section of the create applicationprofile command. To see the settings for a particular profile, use this command:
show applicationprofile applicationprofile type GridEngine
where applicationprofile is the name of the profile whose settings you want to see.
The following is an example of a typical application profile produced by a show applicationprofilecommand.
Name: p1 Application Name: Type: GridEngine Active: false adminhomedir: /gridware/sge adminuid: 218 adminusername: sgeadmin execdport: 837 instversion: lnxnfsmtopts: defaults loadcritical: 3 loadwarning: 1 masterhost: masterport: 836 masterready: maxpendtime: 24 memcritical: 10 memwarning: 100 nfsmountpoint: /gridware/sge/default/common nfsservername: proxyhost: proxyisadmin: sgecell: default sgeroot: /gridware/sge solnfsmtopts:
The active application profile is the one that was used when the master host was installed. You can change some of these global settings when the application profile is active and they are applied to the grid as a whole. However, you cannot change the settings of a particular server. For an inactive profile, you can change any of the settings.
You can only change the following settings for an active profile when the master host is managed by N1SM:
You can only change the following settings for an active profile when the Master host is an external host (proxy host is being used):