Torque, MAUI and MOAB

Scheduler and Resource Managers

  1. Commonly used qstat options
  2. Installing Torque 2.5 on CentOS 6
  3. Installing Torque 4.2.5 on CentOS 6
  4. Configuring the Torque Default Queue
  5. Adding and Specifying Compute Resources at Torque
  6. Quick method for estimating walltime for Torque Resource Manager
  7. Configuring Submission Node for Torque 2.5
  8. Disabling and enabling interactive mode on Torque
  9. Predefined Environmental Variables for OpenPBS qsub
  10. PBS (Portable Batch System) Commands on Torque
  11. Deleting PBS and MAUI Jobs which cannot be purged
  12. Summary of Job Management Commands for MAUI
  13. Using Torque to set up a Queue to direct users to a subset of resources
  14. Forcibly kill or purge the Job in the Torque Scheduler
  15. Configuring Submission Node for Torque 4.2.7

MOAB/MAUI

  1. MAUI Installation on Torque and xCAT
  2. Overview of MAUI Scheduler Commands
  3. Using MOAB mdiag -n to provide state of nodes

 

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