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  1. Mox_pbs_to_slurm

    Below links describes how to translate your PBS scripts to SLURM scripts: https://hpc.nih.gov/docs/pbs2slurm.html https://hpc.nih.gov/docs/pbs2slurm.html https://slurm.schedmd.com/rosetta.pdf https://slurm.schedmd.com/rosetta.pdf https://www.glue.umd.edu/hpcc/help/slurm-vs-moab.html
    Hyak User DocumentationJun 02, 2018
  2. Mox_pbs_nodefile

    You can get 4 nodes by below command. Here xyz is your group name. salloc -N 4 -p xyz -A xyz --time=4:00:00 --mem=100G Sometimes you need the list of the nodes that you have just been allocated. e.g. for Apache Spark, distributed TensorFlow etc. In the hyak classic PBS based scheduler, below command gives a list
    Hyak User DocumentationJul 19, 2017
  3. Hyak_scheduler

    article is for historical interest. Hyak classic (ikt) used a PBS based scheduler. Below xyz is your hyak group name and abc is your UW netid. To logon … walltime=2:00:00 Issue below comand at an interactive node prompt to find the list of PBS environment variables: export | grep PBS Interactive Multiple Node
    Hyak User DocumentationJul 11, 2018
  4. Hyak gnu-mpich.sh

    /bash ## ## \!\! _NEVER_ remove # signs from in front of PBS or from the line above \!\! ## ## RENAME FOR YOUR JOB #PBS -N {color:red}*gnu-mpich*{color} ## EDIT FOR YOUR JOB ## Request 16 CPUs (cores) on 2 nodes, 32 total cores #PBS -l nodes={color:red}*2*{color}:ppn={color:red}*16*{color},mem={color:red}*22gb
    Hyak User DocumentationJun 30, 2017
  5. Hyak intel-impi.sh

    Important Instructions You will need to change parameters for your job. Job Script #!/bin/bash ## _NEVER_ remove # signs from in front of PBS or from the line above ## ## RENAME FOR YOUR JOB #PBS -N gcc-impi ## EDIT FOR YOUR JOB ## Request 16 CPUs (cores) on 2 nodes, 32 total cores #PBS -l nodes=2:ppn=16
    Hyak User DocumentationJun 30, 2017
  6. Hyak gnu-mpich3.sh

    in front of PBS or from the line above \!\! ## ## RENAME FOR YOUR JOB #PBS -N <font color=red>*gnu-mpich3*</font> ## EDIT FOR YOUR JOB ## Request 16 CPUs (cores) on 2 nodes, 32 total cores #PBS -l nodes=<font color=red>*2*</font>:ppn=<font color=red>*16*</font>,mem=<font color=red>*22gb*</font>,feature=<font
    Hyak User DocumentationJun 30, 2017
  7. Hyak gnu-impi.sh

    in front of PBS or from the line above \!\! ## ## RENAME FOR YOUR JOB #PBS -N <font color=red>*gcc-impi*</font> ## EDIT FOR YOUR JOB ## Request 16 CPUs (cores) on 2 nodes, 32 total cores #PBS -l nodes=<font color=red>*2*</font>:ppn=<font color=red>*16*</font>,mem=<font color=red>*22gb*</font>,feature=<font color
    Hyak User DocumentationJun 30, 2017
  8. Hyak intel-mpich.sh

    ## ## !! NEVER remove # signs from in front of PBS or from the line above !! ## ## RENAME FOR YOUR JOB #PBS -N intel-mpich ## EDIT FOR YOUR JOB ## Request 16 CPUs (cores) on 2 nodes, 32 total cores #PBS -l nodes=2:ppn=16,mem=22gb,feature=*16*core ## WALLTIME DEFAULTS TO ONE HOUR - ALWAYS SPECIFY FOR LONGER
    Hyak User DocumentationJun 30, 2017
  9. Hyak intel-mpich3.sh

    ## ## \!\! _NEVER_ remove # signs from in front of PBS or from the line above \!\! ## ## RENAME FOR YOUR JOB #PBS -N <font color=red>*intel-mpich3*</font> ## EDIT FOR YOUR JOB ## Request 16 CPUs (cores) on 2 nodes, 32 total cores #PBS -l nodes=<font color=red>*2*</font>:ppn=<font color=red>*16*</font>,mem=<font color
    Hyak User DocumentationJul 11, 2018
  10. Hyak intel-openmpi.sh

    in front of PBS or from the line above !! ## ## RENAME FOR YOUR JOB #PBS -N intel-openmpi ## EDIT FOR YOUR JOB ## Request 16 CPUs (cores) on 2 nodes, 32 total cores #PBS -l nodes=2:ppn=16,mem=22gb,feature=16core ## WALLTIME DEFAULTS TO ONE HOUR - ALWAYS SPECIFY FOR LONGER JOBS ## If the job doesn't finish in 10
    Hyak User DocumentationJun 30, 2017