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en:services:application_services:high_performance_computing:running_jobs_for_experienced_users [2018/11/14 16:06]
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-====== Running Jobs (for experienced Users) ======+====== ​OUTDATED ​Running Jobs (for experienced Users) ====== 
 +for new version see: [[Running Jobs Slurm]]
  
 Job scheduling on the scientific compute cluster is handled by IBM LSF. In most cases this means that only few changes to your current job scripts and ''​bsub''​ command lines are necessary, if you have used LSF before. There are three different node types in the cluster, each being served by one or more queues of the general form ''<​nodetype>​[-<​category>​]''​. For example, ''​fat''​ type nodes are served by the ''​fat''​ queue for normal jobs, and by ''​fat-long''​ for long jobs. Job scheduling on the scientific compute cluster is handled by IBM LSF. In most cases this means that only few changes to your current job scripts and ''​bsub''​ command lines are necessary, if you have used LSF before. There are three different node types in the cluster, each being served by one or more queues of the general form ''<​nodetype>​[-<​category>​]''​. For example, ''​fat''​ type nodes are served by the ''​fat''​ queue for normal jobs, and by ''​fat-long''​ for long jobs.