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Below are some important points that we have to consider before running the program on the cloud.
1. When you log in, you will find yourself on the host c009,which is your login node.
2. Login node is intended only for code development and compilation, but NOT for computation.
3. That is because it does not have much compute power, and, additionally, there are limitation on CPU time and RAM usage on the login node; your workload will be killed if it exceeds the time or memory limits.
4. To run your computational workloads on available powerful compute nodes, you must submit a job through the batch job queue using qsub directives.
5. Submitting a job can be done through a job script file.
Suppose you have a Python application, 'my_application.py'.
In the same folder, use your favorite text editor and create a file
"myjob". Then add the following three lines.
#PBS -l nodes=1
The first line is a special command that requests one compute node.
The second line ensures that the script runs in the same directory as where you
have submitted it. And the third line runs the Python application.
You can now submit this job as shown below:
If you are still getting some error, please share the error screenshot for further investigation.