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A [[Batch-Scheduler]] is a program running on a cluster that decides who can use which machines at what time as explained in the [[Getting_Started#Schedulers_or_.22How-To-Run-Applications-on-a-supercomputer.22|Schedulers Section]] of the [[Getting_Started|Getting Started]] and the [[Scheduling_Basics]] article.
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A Batch-Scheduler is a program running on a cluster that decides who can use which machines at what time as explained in the [[Getting_Started#Schedulers_or_.22How-To-Run-Applications-on-a-supercomputer.22|Schedulers Section]] of the [[Getting_Started|Getting Started]] and the [[Scheduling_Basics]] article.
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More in-depth general information can be found in the [[Batch-Scheduler]] article.
  
 
The following list details the schedulers of the different facilities:
 
The following list details the schedulers of the different facilities:

Revision as of 13:21, 13 November 2018

A Batch-Scheduler is a program running on a cluster that decides who can use which machines at what time as explained in the Schedulers Section of the Getting Started and the Scheduling_Basics article. More in-depth general information can be found in the Batch-Scheduler article.

The following list details the schedulers of the different facilities:

IT Center - RWTH Aachen Hardware LSF migration to SLURM in progress
RRZE - Erlangen HPC Torque or SLURM depending on the cluster
ZIH - Dresden Taurus_Hardware SLURM