[slurm-users] How to deal with jobs that need to be restarted several time

Selch, Brigitte (FIDF) Brigitte.Selch at man.eu
Tue Mar 12 14:26:02 UTC 2019


Some jobs have to be restarted several times until they run.
Users start the Job, it fails, they have to do some changes,
they start the job again, it fails again ... and so on.

So they want to keep the resources until the job is running properly.

Is there a possibility to 'inherit' allocated resources
from one job to the next.

Or something else to do the job?

All our jobs are submitted with sbatch

Thank you,
Brigitte Selch

Mit freundlichen Grüßen,
Brigitte Selch

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