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Here is how to get a queuing system up and running, our way, and integrate it with [[DOCK 3.7]. We use free versions of [[SGE]].
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Here is how to get a queuing system up and running, our way, and integrate it with [[DOCK 3.7]]. We use free versions of [[SGE]].
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We assume you have already [[So you want to set up a lab | built a computer cluster]] in a way that is close enough to our design that the following makes sense.  
  
We assume you have already [[build a computer cluster | built a computer cluster]] in a way that is close enough to our design that the following makes sense.
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= set up sgemaster =  
 
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1) Install packages: gridengine, gridengine-execd
  
 
= set up sgehead =  
 
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Latest revision as of 01:00, 15 December 2016

Here is how to get a queuing system up and running, our way, and integrate it with DOCK 3.7. We use free versions of SGE. We assume you have already built a computer cluster in a way that is close enough to our design that the following makes sense.

set up sgemaster

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1) Install packages: gridengine, gridengine-execd

set up sgehead

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set up individual nodes

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create queues

qconf -aq 


create groups of machines

qconf -ahgrp

authorize users

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tune by editing a dozen parameters

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run jobs

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troubleshooting

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tips and tricks

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