Submitting Jobs

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Email Alert Settings
User can set Email alerts in job script to get alert on submission,abort/kill and sucessful complete of job.

The following two parameters has to be set in job submission script 
#PBS -m <mail_events> 
#PBS -M <user_email ID> 

Example:
#PBS -m nabe
#PBS -M <abc@gmail.com>

Parallel Job Submission :

Note : User Should Submit Job in their repective queue, name of the queue is same as the groupname of user.
Sample Script :
#PBS -q <queue name>
#PBS -N <Job Name>
#PBS -l select=1:ncpus=36:vntype=cray_compute
#PBS -l walltime=500:00:00

cd $PBS_O_WORKDIR
aprun -n 36 -N 36 ./application > output.log


To Submit the script :
module load pbs
qsub <scriptname>

Note: 1. Must use aprun for every executables.
2. The following #PBS directives should not   be used/included in the job submission scripts
#PBS -o /home/../output.log
#PBS -e /home/../error.log
#PBS -j oe

3. While using input/output redirection symbols (<,>) , please make sure the absolute paths of your input,output and executable file location are specified and pointed to /home OR /scratch space.
Example -
aprun -n 24 -N 24 ./a.out &> {out-err-file} OR
aprun -n 24 -N 24 ./a.out > {output-file} 2> {error-file}
e.g. aprun -n 24 -N 24 ./a.out &> out-err.txt

4. The PBS flag vntype=cray_compute is needed if you are asking for cores/processes less than 36. As each compute node is having 36 cores/processes. So the statement needed is :
#PBS -l select=1:ncpus=10:vntype=cray_compute


PBS Pro Flags

User Commands PBS Pro
Job submission qsub [script_file]
Job deletion qdel [job_id]
Example : If you need to stop currently running jobs, you can use the qdel command.
qdel 121514.sdb
find what nodes your job is running on qstat -n [job_id]
Example : To quickly find what nodes your job is running on:
qstat -n 121514.sdb
Job status (by job) qstat [job_id]
Example : To see job status of your job:
qstat 121514.sdb
Job status (by user) qstat -u [user_name]
Example : To see job status of job by user:
qstat -u username
Job hold qhold [job_id]
Job release qrls [job_id]
Queue list qstat -Q
Environment PBS Pro
Job ID $PBS_JOBID
Submit Directory $PBS_O_WORKDIR
Submit Host $PBS_O_HOST
Node List $PBS_NODEFILE
Job Array Index $PBS_ARRAYID
Job Specification PBS Pro
Script directive #PBS
Queue -q [queue]
Node Count -l nodes=[count]
CPU Count -l ppn=[count] OR -l

mppwidth=[PE_count]

Wall Clock Limit -l walltime=[hh:mm:ss]
Copy Environment -V
Job Name -N [name]
Job Restart -r [y|n]
Working Directory N/A
Resource Sharing -l naccesspolicy=singlejob
Memory Size -l mem=[MB]
Tasks Per Node -l mppnppn [PEs_per_node]
Job Dependency -d [job_id]
Job Project -e [file_name]
Job Arrays -t [array_spec]
Generic Resources -l other=[resource_spec]
Mail Event -m nabe
User List -M email_id