Difference: WmsxReference (13 vs. 14)

Revision 142009-07-10 - AndrasLaszlo

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META TOPICPARENT name="WmsxSoftware"

WMSX

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-f
Check if the provider is running.
-k
Kill provider.
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-backend yourbackend
With this, you may specify the job submission backend. Here, yourbackend may be any of edg, glite, glitewms, worker. Default backend is glitewms.
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-backend yourbackend
With this, you may specify the job submission backend. Here, yourbackend may be any of glitewms, edg, worker, or local, fake, gat. Default backend is glitewms. The backend is the system which is actually taking care about your job submission. The backend concept shall be explained later.
 
-rememberafs
Will ask for your AFS password and renew AFS tokens until provider is running. It only works if you do not quit the interactive terminal (when you quit interactive session, AFS automatically deletes your tokens).
-forgetafs
Forget the AFS password.
-vo yourvo
Set the VO for all future job submissions to yourvo.
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  If the WMSX JDL file is not present, the above default values are assumed (i.e. the tarball has to have the name COMMAND.tar.gz etc.).
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In the followings, things are more easily explained if the notion of AbsCOMMAND is introduced: this is simply the full path to the file COMMAND.jdl file (or if not present, to the the COMMAND.tar.gz file), without the ".jdl" extension (or without the ".tar.gz" extension).
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In the followings, things are more easily explained if the notion of AbsCOMMAND is introduced: this is simply the full path to the file COMMAND.wjdl file (or if not present, to the the COMMAND.tar.gz file), without the ".wjdl" extension (or without the ".tar.gz" extension).
 

Pre-execution and post-execution scripts

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  The retrieved outputs of your job will always be in the tarball out.tar.gz under the generated job output directory.
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If COMMAND_preexec returns with 0 nothing further happens: the Grid job is submitted. If returns with 1, the actual Grid job shall not be launched. This feature can be used for a job submission decision.
 If COMMAND_postexec returns with 0 nothing further happens. If returns with 1, the script COMMAND_chain is called, if present, which can be used to launch further jobs.

Job chaining

 
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