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faq:what_happens_if_a_job_fails_to_execute_properly [2010/03/11 09:19]
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faq:what_happens_if_a_job_fails_to_execute_properly [2017/08/17 11:21] (current)
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 ===== What happens if a job fails to execute properly? ===== ===== What happens if a job fails to execute properly? =====
  
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 By default the expected time for a job to return is set at the maximum execution time of all finished jobs, plus the range (the maximum minus the minimum) of the execution times. This resembles the mean plus two times the standard deviation. ​ By default the expected time for a job to return is set at the maximum execution time of all finished jobs, plus the range (the maximum minus the minimum) of the execution times. This resembles the mean plus two times the standard deviation. ​
  
-If the evaluation of your function on the slave results in an error, that error is caught and sent back to the peer master where it will be displayed. ​The job is not resubmitted ​in this case+If the evaluation of your function on the slave results in an error, that error is caught and sent back to the peer master where it will be displayed. ​In this case the job is not resubmitted, because (most likely) the same error would happen