Biochemistry laboratories - 201
Jean-Yves Sgro -email@example.com
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The Biochemistry Computational Cluster (BCC) is a High Throughput Computing (HTC) environment within the UW-Madison Biochemistry Department.
submit_node | |-[2TB disk] ------------------------- | | | | | | | | | N1 N2 N3 N4 N5 N6 N7 N8 N9
HTCondor is a “scheduler” system that dispatches compute jobs to 1 or more "compute nodes."
Using HTCondor is the only approved method for performing high throughput computing on the BCC Linux cluster.
Jobs have to be ready to be processed by HTCondor as jobs cannot be interactive on the cluster.
Submit a "job file" that contains information on how to run the software
Information about software and file transfer
Invert the process:
Login - [replace myname with your login name.]
Then move to
/scratch and create a directory with your name and another directory within to work with.
$ cd /scratch $ mkdir myname #replace myname with e.g. YOUR ID $ mkdir quickstart $ cd myname/quickstart
Create execute file (e.g. with
$ nano hello.sh
#!/bin/sh echo "Hello World"
Make file executable:
$ chmod u+x hello.sh
$ nano hello.sub
executable = hello.sh should_transfer_files = Yes output = hello.out error = hello.err log = hello.log queue
|HTCondor Quick Start Guide||http://research.cs.wisc.edu/htcondor/manual/quickstart.html|
*You can check which manual you need by checking which version of HTCondor is installed with command: