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Re: [HTCondor-users] [FSL] Parallel processing: Condor or SGE with CentOS 7

HTCondor is supported on RedHat7 which means that it should work on CentOS7 as well.  Usually the multi-threading behavior of software is not controlled by the batch system whether it be SGE or HTCondor.. what behavior did you anticipate that you 

didn't get?  If software is multi-threaded it should do that whether it's run interactively or in the batch system.

Steve Timm

From: HTCondor-users <htcondor-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx> on behalf of Krieger, Donald N. <kriegerd@xxxxxxxx>
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Subject: Re: [HTCondor-users] [FSL] Parallel processing: Condor or SGE with CentOS 7

You likely can get knowledgable answers on this on the HTCondor support mailing list.

You can check the archive and subscribe if you wish at https://research.cs.wisc.edu/htcondor


HTH - Don


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Subject: [FSL] Parallel processing: Condor or SGE with CentOS 7





We are using a linux server with CentOS 7 installed.


We want to take advantage of our multi-core system, and were wondering which is the best setup to use. In the past we used ubuntu, and condor was a pretty easy setup.


Does Condor work with CentOS 7? It is a much easier setup than SGE. However, we installed Condor on our CentOS 7 system. But it still did not use multiple threads when running tbss_2_proc. Has anyone  had success running condor with CentOS 7?


If not, what about SGE and parallel processing with CentOS 7?


Your would greatly be appreciated.


Thank you.