PBS does not track this information. This particular information is more node specific and not job specific. If you would like this information then you can create a exechost_periodic hook that collects these values and then assigns them to custom resources that get assigned to the nodes. For example you could create 3 custom resources in qmgr
qmgr -c “create resource r15s r1m r15m type=float,flag=h”
then create a periodic mom hook like this.
load = os.getloadavg()
r1m = load
r5m = load
r15m = load
e = pbs.event()
mynode = pbs.get_local_nodename()
v = e.vnode_list[mynode]
v.resources_available[“r1m”] = r1m
v.resources_available[“r5m”] = r5m
v.resources_available[“r15m”] = r15m
pbs.logmsg(pbs.LOG_DEBUG,“getloadavg: vnode %s, r1m = %f, r5m = %f, r15m = %f” % (repr(mynode), r1m, r5m, r15m))
Then import the periodic hook and you should start to see these values on the nodes for the users.