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grid [2018/12/17 10:55]
popel [Rules]
grid [2019/02/14 17:49] (current)
dusek [Advanced usage]
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 ===== Advanced usage ===== ===== Advanced usage =====
  
-''​qsub **-q** ​troja-all.q''​ +''​qsub **-q** ​cpu-troja.q''​ 
-This way your job is submitted to the Troja queue. The default is ''​ms-all.q''​. You can also use e.g.+This way your job is submitted to the Troja queue. The default is ''​cpu-ms.q''​. You can also use e.g.
 ''​-q '​(troja*|ms*)'''​ to submit on any machine in those two queues (but **don'​t use ''​-q '​*'''​** as this includes also [[:​gpu|gpu.q]]),​ ''​-q '​(troja*|ms*)'''​ to submit on any machine in those two queues (but **don'​t use ''​-q '​*'''​** as this includes also [[:​gpu|gpu.q]]),​
 ''​-q '​*@hector[14]'''​ to submit on hector1 or hector4, ''​-q '​*@hector[14]'''​ to submit on hector1 or hector4,
 ''​-q '​[tm]*@!(hector*|iridium)'''​ to submit on any troja/ms machine except hectors and iridium. ''​-q '​[tm]*@!(hector*|iridium)'''​ to submit on any troja/ms machine except hectors and iridium.
-However, usually you should specify just the queue (troja-all.q vs. ms-all.q), not a particular machine, and instead use ''​-l''​ to specify the needed resources in a general way.+However, usually you should specify just the queue (cpu-troja.q vs. cpu-ms.q), not a particular machine, and instead use ''​-l''​ to specify the needed resources in a general way.
  
 ''​qsub **-l** ...''​ ''​qsub **-l** ...''​

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