[slurm-users] How to run a job at the end of a set of jobs

mercan ahmet.mercan at uhem.itu.edu.tr
Mon May 9 23:10:33 UTC 2022

Instead of the using the epilog script, You can use the -d ( 
--dependency) feature of the sbatch:


It supports to run a job after finished multiple jobs.


Ahmet M.

10.05.2022 00:50 tarihinde David Henkemeyer yazdı:
> Prologue is a feature whereby I can run something after a single job.  
> Is there a best practice for running a job after a set of jobs?
> We submit a bunch of jobs to a bunch of nodes, and after all the jobs 
> are done, we would like to submit a "utility job" on each node, but it 
> has to be the last job.  What would be the various ways to achieve this?
> Thanks
> David

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