Single-core jobs are the simplest to submit, you may use the
qsub command as described on the page Submit a job.
Only the project specification is mandatory but other options are useful to correctly configure your job.
The queues available for a single-core job are the following:
To know the queues limits please refer to the page Information on scheduling queues.
Submission script example¶
#!/usr/bin/env bash # To specify 10 minutes of 'wallclock time' #$ -l h_rt=00:10:00 # To request 1 gigabyte of memory #$ -l s_rss=1G # To name the job #$ -N job_example # To declare your project under which the job will be executed #$ -P P_<groupname> # To merge the stdout and stderr output into a single file #$ -j # The stdout and stderr outputs will be in your $HOME by default # to place them elsewhere eg. under your $HOME: #$ -o $HOME/<yourPATH>/ # Run your order, and save the result echo $(/bin/date) > result.txt # Your job is running in the temporary working directory ($TMPDIR) on # the calculation servers that will be deleted at the end of the job; at the end of your calculations, # you have to copy the results you want to keep in a storage space # appropriate, eg cp resultat.txt $HOME/myresult
This job is submitted by running:
% qsub test.sh
It is possible to pass parameters to the script:
% qsub test.sh arg1 arg2 arg3