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Re: [condor-users] Condor-G question

On Wed, 17 Dec 2003, Gaurang Mehta wrote:

> 	If i want to run a copy of the same executable multiple times i
> would either write
> queue=N or add
> globusrsl=(count=N)
> and submit it to condor-g
> This causes only one jobmanager process to be created and the remote
> scheduler runs multiple copies of the executable.
> 	If i want to run N copies of the executable but with different
> arguments (like a parameter sweep) but still wanting to fork only one
> jobmanager process for those N copies how will i do it. Any ideas, hidden
> condor features that we could use.

Actually, writing "queue N" in the condor-g submit file will result in N
jobmanagers being started (as there will be N independent jobs in the
condor-g queue).

I can't think of a way to do what you want short of what Alain and Scott
have suggested.

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