Torque behaves strangley when tmpfs is specified as "0" in the disksetup. The setting "0" means "unlimited" - eg, use as much of the memory as is necessary to contain the image. But Torque sees this as a full file system.
Bright Cluster Manager makes most cluster management tasks very easy to perform, and installing workload managers is one of them. There are many workload managers that are pre-configured, admin-selectable options when you install Bright, including PBS Pro, SLURM, LSF, openlava, Torque, and Grid Engine.
The open source scheduler Maui is not pre-configured, but it's really easy to install and configure this software in Bright Cluster Manager. This article shows you how.
When you install Bright Cluster Manager on your system, Bright automatically installs the workload manager of your choice, from among the following: