[slurm-users] Slurm and available libraries

John Hearns hearnsj at googlemail.com
Wed Jan 17 06:55:48 MST 2018

I should also say that Modules should be easy to install on Ubuntu. It will
 be the package named "environment-modules"

You probably will have to edit the configuration file a little bit since
the default install will assume al lModules files are local.
You need to set your MODULESPATH to include a shared directory where you
will keep all your Modules files.
This really is a lot easier than it sounds.

On 17 January 2018 at 14:48, Vanzo, Davide <davide.vanzo at vanderbilt.edu>

> 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
> (615)-875-9137 <(615)%20875-9137>
> www.accre.vanderbilt.edu
> On 2018-01-17 07:28:31-06:00 slurm-users wrote:
> Hi,
> 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)?
> Elisabetta
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