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Condor Basics

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  This page describes some of the basics for setting up jobs on the particle-physics computer cluster at Nevis.
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For a quick introduction to condor at Nevis, see the documents on batch processing and condor tutorial that are on WilliamSeligman's ROOT tutorial page.
 Warning: Using condor is not trivial. You'll have to learn quite a few details and about disk sharing. What follows are a few basic concepts, but it is not enough to get you started.

Documentation

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The standard condor examples

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One good way to start is to copy the Condor examples:
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One way to start is to copy the Condor examples:
 
cp -arv /usr/share/doc/condor-*/examples .
cd examples 
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Read the README file; type make to compile the programs; type sh submit to submit a few test jobs.
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Read the README file; type make to compile the programs; type sh submit to submit a few test jobs. Note that these examples are several years old, and you may have to do some debugging to get the compilation process to work.
  You may notice that the sh_loop script will not execute; it will sit in the "Idle" state indefinitely. It won't execute unless you submit it in the vanilla universe; see batch details.
 
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