[slurm-users] Slurm and available libraries

Vanzo, Davide davide.vanzo at vanderbilt.edu
Wed Jan 17 06:48:05 MST 2018

Ciao Elisabetta,

I second John's reply.
On our cluster we install software on the shared parallel filesystem with EasyBuild and use Lmod as a module front-end. Then users will simply load software in the job's environment by using the module command.

Feel free to ping me directly if you need specific help.

Davide Vanzo, PhD
Application Developer
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Advanced Computing Center for Research and Education (ACCRE)
Vanderbilt University - Hill Center 201

On 2018-01-17 07:28:31-06:00 slurm-users wrote:

let's say I need to execute a python script with slurm. The script require a particular library installed on the system like numpy.
If the library is not installed to the system, it is necessary to install it on the master AND the nodes, right? This has to be done on each machine separately or there's a way to install it one time for all the machine (master and nodes)?
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