[slurm-users] Slurm Install on Remote System

John Hearns hearnsj at googlemail.com
Sun May 26 08:54:07 UTC 2019

Priya, you could set up a cluster on Aamazon or another cloud for testing.
Please have a look at this

If you want to set up some virtual machines on your own laptop or server,
Google for  vagrant  slurm   There are several vagrant recipes on the net.
Please keep posting - we are all very happy to help here.

On Sun, 26 May 2019 at 07:43, Benson Muite <benson_muite at emailplus.org>

> On 5/26/19 7:26 AM, Chris Samuel wrote:
> > On Saturday, 25 May 2019 6:56:58 AM PDT Priya Mishra wrote:
> >
> >> Yes,it is a single server. I am an undergraduate student . I am doing a
> >> project on job scheduling in clusters and needed slurm for the same. So
> I
> >> started with a single system and once I am able to run slurm
> successfully
> >> on one system , I will expand to include more systems.
> > I suspect you're going to find this very hard without having root access
> as you
> > will need to ensure you have the same munge keys across all systems (as
> well
> > as the same usernames and UNIX UID's for them).
> >
> > You might find that firing up a little cluster in a set of VM's makes
> life a lot
> > easier for you as you'll be able to control the whole environment.
> >
> > All the best,
> > Chris
> This has been a helpful thread. In addition to virtual machines,
> containers (such as Singularity) may be a possible way to setup your own
> SLURM installation.
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