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Ada:Batch Introduction

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Introduction

The batch system is a load distribution implementation that ensures convenient and fair use of a shared resource. Submitting jobs to a batch system allows a user to reserve specific resources with minimal interference to other users. All users are required to submit resource-intensive processing to the compute nodes through the batch system - attempting to circumvent the batch system is not allowed.

On Ada, LSF is the batch system that provides job management. Jobs written in other batch system formats must be translated to LSF in order to be used on Ada. The Batch Translation Guide offers some assistance for translating between batch systems that TAMU HPRC has previously used.