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etap [2017/06/11 05:42]
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etap [2017/06/30 08:38] (current)
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 When using etapfs you should acess these filesystem only within your job and not indicate paths on the command line with SLURM commands (e.g. ''​sbatch''​). Especially ''​stdout''​ should not be directed to ''/​etapfs''​ as this can prevent a job to be ended (even if the wall clock time limit is hit), if one such filesystem "​hangs"​. When using etapfs you should acess these filesystem only within your job and not indicate paths on the command line with SLURM commands (e.g. ''​sbatch''​). Especially ''​stdout''​ should not be directed to ''/​etapfs''​ as this can prevent a job to be ended (even if the wall clock time limit is hit), if one such filesystem "​hangs"​.
  
-This means that the ''​-o'',​ ''​-e''​ and ''​-D/​--workdir=<​path>''​ parameters of ''​sbatch''​ should not point to etapfs. However, copying within your script to etapfs is ok, e.g.:+This means that the ''​-o'',​ ''​-e''​ and ''​-D/​%%--%%workdir=<​path>''​ parameters of ''​sbatch''​ should not point to etapfs. However, copying within your script to etapfs is ok, e.g.:
  
 <code bash> <code bash>
etap.txt · Last modified: 2017/06/30 08:38 by meesters