This guide provides enough guidance to submit and observe the successful completion of a first job.
How to use HPC Job Manager to show all Active jobs in the cluster.
Lean more about the syntax and arguments of batch commands. Also see examples and tips on how they’re implemented.
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. Continue Reading
To see what happens when a job fails, let us deliberately break the script hello.sh
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. Continue Reading
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. Continue Reading
The Campus OrangeGrid Pool is a collection of compute resources available free of charge to SU researchers. Continue Reading