[torqueusers] Evaluating DRMAA + Torque

Joshua Bernstein jbernstein at penguincomputing.com
Tue Jun 3 14:14:32 MDT 2008

Hi Darren,

	While I haven't used DRMAA with TORQUE directly, my understanding of 
DRMAA is that it is still in its infancy. Though my other limited 
experience with DRMAA has shown that it provides a nice abstracting 
between your software and a scheduler, a layer of portability if you well.
	Though that said, different DRMAA layers are at different states of 
maturity, so some have different gotchas here there.

-Joshua Bernstein
Software Engineer
Penguin Computing

Darren Platt wrote:
> Hi,
> we've been testing out Torque + DRMAA combination and using DRMAA-py 
> that was written for SGE.  I've
> encountered a few issues and was wondering if there are many users out 
> there using Torque+DRMAA.  The underlying
> Torque implementation seems to be behaving correctly, but I've had a lot 
> of issues trying to get input/output files to stage
> correctly using scp.  I ran into some slight problems compiling the 
> python wrappers as well that required a small addition to
> the torque/DRMAA headers.  Has anyone used DRMAA-py with Torque?   Any 
> comments appreciated.   We're testing
> a variety of different schedulers and I was impressed with the relative 
> ease of installation for Torque.  The docs were a little out
> of date in places, but overall good.  We're testing 2.3.0,
> Thanks,
> -- 
> Darren Platt
> Senior Director, Research
> 23andMe, inc
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