[slurm-users] Is there any public scientific-workflow example that can be run through Slurm?

Ole Holm Nielsen Ole.H.Nielsen at fysik.dtu.dk
Fri Aug 18 18:24:00 UTC 2023

Hi Alper,

On 18-08-2023 18:39, Alper Alimoglu wrote:
> In slurm we can build pipelines using [slurm dependencies][1], which 
> allows us to run workflows.
> In my work, I have stuck in a point regarding finding a workflow that I 
> can run using Slurm.
> As an example, I have to use a workflow benchmark like in here 
> https://pegasus.isi.edu/workflow_gallery/ 
> <https://pegasus.isi.edu/workflow_gallery/> , but all of them are 
> implemented inside Pegasus.
> I was wondering is there any public scientific-workflow examples that 
> can be run through Slurm?
> Any suggestion is highly appreciated.
>    [1]: 
> https://www.hpc.caltech.edu/documentation/faq/dependencies-and-pipelines 

My colleagues at Technical University of Denmark are heavy users of 
workflows through Slurm on our cluster, and this accounts for most of 
our usage.  They have developed an Open Source workflow system:

> MyQueue is a frontend for SLURM/PBS/LSF that makes handling of tasks easy. It has a command-line interface called mq with a number of Sub-commands and a Python interface for managing Workflows. Simple to set up: no system administrator or database required.

See https://myqueue.readthedocs.io/en/latest/

I'm personally not involved in MyQueue, but you might take a look to see 
if it's useful in your environment.

Best regards,

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