“What is the meaning of ‘local’, ‘interactive’ and ‘remote’ job queues?”
Simulations can be executed in different job queues for different tasks.
interactive jobs are started in a local job queue that is handled by Morpheus itself.
Remote jobs are submitted over a SSH connection to the batch queuing system of a remoter computing resource (HPC).
Local and interactive mode
local mode is the ‘normal’ mode for a simulation, while
interactive mode is for rapid testing.
- Visual output (e.g.
Gnuplotter) is redirected to an on-screen terminal by overriding the specified terminal.
- Interactive jobs have a higher queue priority that local jobs and are executed preferably.
- The current interactive job is stopped from the toolbar button.
Note: Integrated remote computing is currently unmaintained, thus disabled, but will return in future versions. Until then, please copy and run your model manually on remote ressources.
Remote mode submits a job to the queueing system on a remote high performance computer.
Remote mode requires password-less SSH authentication (i.e. using
ssh-copyid). Specify username and password details under
On first use, Morpheus copies a proxy script to the remote computer through, which Morpheus communicates with the job scheduling system. Morpheus is shipped with a proxy script for LSF, but this can easily be adapted to other scheduling systems.
||remote batch processing||Submit job to remote queuing system (e.g. LSF) on high performance computing resource. Note: Feature not yet available in public version.|
||testing mode||Start and stop simulations from toolbar buttons. Directs visual output to on-screen terminal. Overrides