LSF – Types of Clusters
Description: Table of Contents Overview Additional help Overview An LSF cluster can contain both servers and clients. Servers are execution hosts. They run the jobs that you submit to queues. Client hosts do not run jobs themselves but allow you to submit jobs to the servers. At Research Computing, we have two clusters KillDevil You can […]
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LSF – Types of Queues
Description: Table of Contents Overview Getting more information about the queues Additional help Overview The LSF queues implement our job scheduling and control policies. Different clusters have different queues associated with them. On clusters which have “patrons” type queues (see the following paragraph) there will be a queue named “idle” which all users may access. There […]
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LSF (Load Sharing Facility)
Description: Table of Contents Overview Learn more Additional help Overview We use LSF (Load Sharing Facility) from Platform Computing, Inc. for job management. It helps us balance the workload on our central computational servers while giving you access to the software and hardware you need to get your work done regardless of where you are logged […]
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LSF – Monitoring and Controlling Jobs
Description:   Table of contents Overview bjobs bhist bhosts bpeek bkill bstop bresume Additional help Overview With LSF a number of commands are at your disposal to control the job status and monitor the progress of your submitted jobs. Below are some of the most useful LSF commands. To learn more about any of the commands […]
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