When Things Go Wrong

When Things Go Wrong

To see what happens when a job fails, let us deliberately break the script hello.sh First edit the Condor submit file hello.sub and change the number of jobs submitted in a cluster back to one: queue 1 Next, edit the file hello.sh and change the line...
Submitting Multiple Jobs

Submitting Multiple Jobs

So far, we have only submitted a single job. The power of Condor is in making it simple to submit many jobs in one go. Edit the le hello.sub and change the last line of the fi le to queue 20 and re-submit the job with condor_submit hello.sub   Table of...

Running Your Job

Condor works by match-making jobs in the queue to available machines in the pool So far we have seen the two key elements of the pool: the job queue, which is displayed by  condor_q and the pool status which is displayed by condor_status. We will see how this works...

Connecting to OrangeGrid

The Campus OrangeGrid Pool is a collection of compute resources available free of charge to SU researchers. The compute power for the Syracuse University Campus OrangeGrid Pool comes from unused CPU cycles from desktop machines across the campus. When a desktop...
Introduction to Grid Computing

Introduction to Grid Computing

OrangeGrid Computing Almost any computational problem can be solved on a single computer. However, when you encounter problems that are too large (or take too long) to be solved on a single machine you will need to use a computing cluster to complete your...