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Chapter 4 The Interfaces 43 The Compressor default window layout appears. Using Apple Qmaster The Apple Qmaster application is the application that you use to submit distributed processing jobs from digital visual effects software packages such as Shake, Autodesk Maya, and any UNIX command-line program. You can use any of the following workflows in Apple Qmaster: • For Shake processing batches, you can drag Shake files into the Apple Qmaster window. A default script for submitting the jobs is automatically created.
Queue Use the following settings to configure queue preferences in Apple Qadministrator. • Maximum number of jobs in queue: Enter the maximum number of batches that can be queued up at one time for this cluster. If the maximum number is reached, the cluster does not accept new batches until there is an opening in the queue. • Keep job history for: Set how long batches are listed in the History table of Batch Monitor. 64 Chapter 6 Administering Clusters • Email notification for service down after: Set how much time should pass, after a service becomes inaccessible, before the cluster controller sends an alert message to the administrator.
Monitoring Cluster Activity You can use Apple Qadministrator to find out what is happening within a cluster by examining details (such as processor usage, which batch is being processed, disk space usage, and data activity) about each node in the cluster. To monitor cluster activity in Apple Qadministrator 1 In the Cluster list, select the cluster you want to examine. 2 Select a node in the cluster service nodes list. 3 Click the Info (I) button near the bottom of the Cluster list. 4 In the resulting window, click the CPU, Memory, Volume Info, and I/O Activity tabs to see a variety of details about the selected node.