[torqueusers] Java DRMAA library for Torque
nate.a.woody at gmail.com
Thu Apr 29 06:39:52 MDT 2010
FWIW, I wrote a JNI Torque interface that I have used for submitting
jobs to Torque via a web service several years ago. It's basically a
less-featureful version of Bas's pbs_python for java. Fancy and DRMAA
it's not, but it's been running in production for years now and
appears pretty stable. I suppose worst case it might make it easier
to layer a DRMAA-compliant layer on top of (you'd only have to sweat
the Java). Drop me an email if you're interested, you're welcome to
it. I have been claiming for years I would park it on Sourceforge in
case anyone else ever had a use for it, but haven't actually bothered.
On Thu, Apr 29, 2010 at 4:40 AM, Michael Dondrup <Michael.Dondrup at uni.no> wrote:
> thank you very much for your answer. I had had a short look at this solution before but
> at first glance this seemed overly complex for the simple setting we had in mind.
> But now, I think we should have a closer look at this again, given the installation
> and configuration is not too difficult. Was it?
> I also put a question with more detailed description of the problem and our analysis
> Kind regards,
> Am Apr 28, 2010 um 5:14 PM schrieb Prakash Velayutham:
>> I installed Globus (with Torque) and then Gridway on top of it (which
>> does have DRMAA java binding). We still don't use it enough for me to
>> answer any detailed questions on it though. But do post here where you
>> get with that setup if you decide to do it.
>> On Apr 28, 2010, at 9:55 AM, Michael Dondrup wrote:
>>> we have just set up a new Linux cluster with Torque.
>>> I would like to submit jobs to the cluster from Java
>>> applications using DRMAA. I got the DRMAA C interface compiled but I
>>> am unable to find a Java binding.
>>> We had thought that one could in principle use any DRMAA java
>>> binding out there to talk to the c librarary so I tried the
>>> sun grid engine drmaa.jar but that didn't work.
>>> So does anybody give me a hint on how to get a Java binding for
>>> Torque? I only found this in the archives:
>>> Does anyone know about the status of this, or the required
>>> modifications to make this setup work? Or if you
>>> know that this does not work at all, that would also save us lots of
>>> time searching for a solution.
>>> Thank you in advance for your help
>>> Michael Dondrup
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