This guide provides enough guidance to submit and observe the successful completion of a first job.
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