[slurm-users] REST-based CLI tools out there somewhere?

Davide DelVento davide.quantum at gmail.com
Fri Nov 10 00:43:56 UTC 2023

Not a direct answer to your question, but have you looked at Open OnDemand?
Or maybe JupyterHub?
I think most places today prefer to do either of those which provide
somewhat the functionality you asked - and much more.

On Thu, Nov 9, 2023 at 4:17 PM Chip Seraphine <cseraphine at drwholdings.com>

> Hello,
> Our users submit their jobs from shared submit hosts, and have expressed
> an understandable preference for being able to submit directly from their
> own workstations.   The obvious solution (installing the slurm client on
> their workstations, or providing a container that does something similar)
> are not available to us because of security concerns.   This leaves REST as
> the best option.   We’re hoping to provide a REST-based toolset that users
> familiar with the command line tools can make immediate use of (so,
> provides basic, stripped-down functionality of srun, squeue, sacct, and
> sinfo).  Basically, we want to create a subset of the s* commands that can
> be run from some arbitrary machine if the user has the appropriate token.
> It’d be surprising if we were the first people to go down this path, but
> searching has turned up nothing.   Is there a project anyone knows about
> out there for providing command-line SLURM commands that use REST to talk
> to the daemons?   Or am I missing some obvious solution here?
> --
> Chip Seraphine
> Grid Operations
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