The TORQUE Resource Manager is an open-source distributed resource manager developed by Adaptive Computing.

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Send files with scp while being logged on cluster interface

I have to do some work on a Torque cluster where I log on a User interface via ssh. I transfer files to my directory of the cluster and get files from the directory by using scp in my normal terminal ...
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Can we use torque 4.2.0 for single machine acting as both server and node

I am new to torque and wanted to check it around some requirement but I don't have cluster setup. So is it possible to run torque 4.2.0 on single machine with multiple core acting as both server and ...
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PBS/Torque: very simple pbsdsh script with PBS_VNODENUM

I'm trying to submit the following very simple script to my cluster: #!/bin/sh #PBS -l nodes=3:ppn=8,walltime=00:01:00 #PBS -M eamorr@mydomain.com #PBS -j oe #PBS -m bae #PBS -N geophysics pbsdsh ...
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How can I follow qsub's standard error?

I am running a job using torque (qsub). I would like to follow the standard error of the job as it is being output. The normal output files (for stdout and stderr) are only being written once the ...
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Jobs not running under Torque, installing Maui didn't help

So I just installed Torque on a small cluster we're setting up, and everything seemed to have gone quite smoothly. I have pbs_mon running on the compute nodes and pbs_server running on the head node, ...
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Configuring a cluster

Our cluster is a linux cluster with Torque and Maui. I am reading tutorials online and find that the compilation is only on the head node, and after submitting the job by qsub, the other nodes are ...
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torque in Cluster [closed]

I am learning and have some questions about using PBS to submit jobs in a cluster. (1) If a job is parallelized by MPI and run by mpirun without using qsub, it cab be running on different nodes. So ...