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META TOPICPARENT name="Condor"

Details of running condor at Nevis

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  The Nevis setup command requires initialization. When you login, this initialization is done for you; look at your ~/.profile file (~/.cshrc if you use tcsh). You have to explicitly include this line if you're submitting a batch job:
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shopt -s expand_aliases # This line is only necessary if you're using bash
 source /usr/nevis/adm/nevis-init.sh
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  • If you use condor a lot, other users will tend to get higher priority when they submit jobs.
  • If your job takes more than an hour to run, there's a chance it will be pre-empted; that chance increases the longer the job runs.
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If you use the vanilla environment (see below), as most users at Nevis must, for a job to be "pre-empted" means that it is killed, and must start again from the beginning.
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If you use the vanilla environment (see above), as most users at Nevis must, for a job to be "pre-empted" means that it is killed, and must start again from the beginning.
  To get an idea of your user resource consumption and how it compares to other users, use these commands:
 
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