This guide provides enough guidance to submit and observe the successful completion of a first job.
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To illustrate running a job under Condor, you will use a Monte Carlo method for computing π This is an example of an embarrassingly parallel problem that can easily be run on the Campus Condor Pool. [latexpage]To illustrate running a job under Condor, you will use a...
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...
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 file to queue 20 and re-submit the job with condor_submit hello.sub Now Condor...