Re: remotely run jobs on starcluster
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At ceswp.ca we wrote a Python program called LaunchServer. Our webapp (the
equivalent of your EC2 instance 'A') posts a request to LaunchSever
specifying the AMI ID, the machine type, number of nodes, etc, and
LaunchServer uses StarCluster to create the cluster (and to run a scientific
model on the cluster). It would be straight forward (I believe!) to add the
ability you describe (submit a job to SGE on an existing cluster).
Email me if you would like a copy of LaunchServer.
On Fri, Oct 14, 2011 at 1:37 AM, liang cheng <liang.cheng_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a http server running on Linux, I would like to run some
> scripts on that server which actually submits jobs to a known
> starcluster. That is, how can I run a job from a machine that is
> outside my cluster.
> For example:
> I have an EC2 instance named A.
> I have a EC2 based starcluster which is composed of two nodes: B
> (master) and C.(slave)
> Currently I run my jobs in this way:
> log in to A.
> run "starcluster sshmaster mycluster"
> At the master node (B), I run "qsub sh myjob.sh"
> Now I would like to simplify it to:
> log in to A
> run "sh myremotejob.sh"
> "myremotejob.sh" should include 1) login to B and 2) run jobs at B and C.
> Can someone help me ?
> StarCluster mailing list
Department of Physics
University of Alberta
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