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Node-local scheduling

There are some use cases, where you would want to simply request a full cluster node from the LSF batch system and then run many (e.g. much more than 64) smaller (e.g. only a fragment of the total job runtime) tasks on this full node. Then of course you will need some local scheduling on this node to ensure proper utilization of all cores.

To accomplish this, we suggest you use the GNU Parallel program. The program is installed to /cluster/bin, but you can also simply load the modulefile software/gnu_parallel so that you can also access its man page.

For more documentation on how to use GNU Parallel, please read man parallel and man parallel_tutorial, where you'll find a great number of examples and explanations.

Soon we will post some Mogon-specific examples here on this page.

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  • Last modified: 2014/05/15 12:26
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