[slurm-users] Persistent Interactive Jobs
diego.zuccato at unibo.it
Fri Jun 10 12:58:36 UTC 2022
Why not launch their job inside a screen session? Then they can
reconnect by "screen -r" after logging in on the worker node.
Way lighter than VNC, but does not support X.
Il 10/06/2022 13:58, Burian, John ha scritto:
> Perhaps a remote desktop solution like TurboVNC? Users can disconnect
> and reconnect to the desktop for the duration of the allocation.
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> Willy Markuske <wmarkuske at sdsc.edu>
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> *Date: *Thursday, June 9, 2022 at 8:21 PM
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> *Subject: *[slurm-users] Persistent Interactive Jobs
> Hello All, I have a request from users for the ability to have
> persistent interactive jobs. Currently some users are using srun to
> allocate and interactive job and run their scripts but sshd will close
> connections after 2 hours to prevent hanging
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> Hello All,
> I have a request from users for the ability to have persistent
> interactive jobs. Currently some users are using srun to allocate and
> interactive job and run their scripts but sshd will close connections
> after 2 hours to prevent hanging ssh connections. They want to spawn an
> R or python shell to work in directly for testing.
> I've attempted to use salloc and ssh to attach to the job but
> allocations are relinquished when the user leaves the submit node. Is
> there an easy way for a user to create a job allocation that spawns a
> terminal they can attach and unattach from? I'm looking at different
> ways to create a job that will spawn tmux and stay open, but it would be
> great if there was a way to directly attach/dettach to the output of a
> spawned terminal they could just ssh too.
> Willy Markuske
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