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You will need a compatible resource manager installed that can successfully run jobs before you download and install Moab ClusterSuite. Resource Manager Compatibility.
If you do not have a resource manager, you can freely download TORQUE 2.0.
l. Moab Workload Manager
Step 2: Download Moab Workload Manager.
You can either run Workload Manager alone or connect to it with the graphical tools, Moab Cluster Manager and Moab Access Portal.
Download Moab Workload Manager
For use with TORQUE version 2.1 or higher
NOTE: For a build not listed here, please contact Cluster Resources.
Step 3: Follow installation instructions for how to install Moab Workload Manager. Once you have configured and installed Moab, run it in test mode (flash demo) so that it doesn't affect workload, or run it live on the cluster. Reference the online documentation for more information on configuration.
NOTE: The following steps apply ONLY if you want to connect Moab Cluster Manager and Moab Access Portal to your cluster.
ll. Moab Cluster Manager
Step 4: Download Moab Cluster Manager for your operating system (select the appropriate OS below)
Step 5: After installing Moab Cluster Manager, connect to "Local Connection" if installed on the head node, or choose the "remote connection" option if installed on a workstation. The Moab Workload Manger Path refers to the location of Moab's client commands, like showq and mdiag. (default- /usr/local/bin)
NOTE: Once inside Cluster Manager, click on the help menu for documentation.
lll. Moab Access Portal
Step 6: Download and install Moab Access Portal or view the Moab Access Portal Online Demonstration to evaluate the Web-based end user job management and submission capabilities. Refer to the basic or detailed Quickstart Guides for instructions on installing Access Portal.
Download Moab Access Portal
Linux/UNIX - Version 5.3.3