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yade-0.60-batch: batch system for computational platform Yade

yade-0.60-batch - batch system for computational platform Yade
yade-0.60-batch [options] TABLE SIMULATION.py


yade-0.60-batch Manage batches of computation jobs for the Yade platform; batches are described using text-file tables with parameters which are passed to individual runs of yade. Jobs are being run with pre-defined number of computational cores as soon as the required number of cores is available. Logs of all computations are stored in files and the batch progress can be watched online at (usually) //localhost:9080. Unless overridden, the executable yade-0.60 is used to run jobs.


--help, -h show this help message and exit --jobs=NUM, -j NUM Maximum number of simultaneous threads to run (default: number of cores, further limited by OMP_NUM_THREADS if set by the environment: 8) --job-threads=NUM Default number of threads for one job; can be overridden by per- job OMP_NUM_THREADS. Defaults to allocate all available cores (8) for each job. --force-threads --log=FORMAT Format of job log files -- must contain a % or @, which will be replaced by line number or by description column respectively (default: SIMULATION.@.log) --global-log=FILE Filename where to redirect output of yade-batch itself (as opposed to --log); if not specified (default), stdout/stderr are used --lines=LIST, -l LIST Lines of TABLE to use, in the format 2,3-5,8,11-13 (default: all available lines in TABLE) --nice=NICE Nice value of spawned jobs (default: 10) --executable=FILE Name of the program to run (default: /build/buildd/yade-0.60.2/debian/inst/bin/yade-0.60) --rebuild Run executable(s) with --rebuild prior to running any jobs. --debug Run the executable with --debug. --gnuplot=FILE Gnuplot file where gnuplot from all jobs should be put together --dry-run Do not actually run (useful for getting gnuplot only, for instance) --http-wait Do not quit if still serving overview over http repeatedly --generate-manpage=FILE Generate man page documenting this program and exit --plot-update=TIME Interval (in seconds) at which job plots will be updated even if not requested via HTTP. Non-positive values will make the plots not being updated and saved unless requested via HTTP (see --plot-timeout for controlling maximum age of those). Plots are saved at exit under the same name as the log file, with the .log extension removed. (default: 60 seconds) --plot-timeout=TIME Maximum age (in seconds) of plots served over HTTP; they will be updated if they are older. (default: 10 seconds)


yade-0.60 (1) https://yade-dem.org/sphinx/user.html#batch-queuing-and-execution-yade- batch


(C) 2003--2011 Yade Developers Team This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA.
Please report bugs to the project's bug tracker at //bugs.launchpad.net/yade
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