Manage and configure the clusters to be accessed.
condor_remote_cluster [-h || –help]
condor_remote_cluster [-l || –list] [-a || –add <host> [schedd]] [-r || –remove <host>] [-s || –status <host>] [-t || –test <host>]
condor_remote_cluster is part of a feature for accessing high throughput computing resources from a local desktop using only an SSH connection.
condor_remote_cluster enables management and configuration of the access point of the remote computing resource. After initial setup, jobs can be submitted to the local job queue, which are then forwarded to the remote system.
A <host> is of the form
Print usage information and exit.
List all installed clusters.
- -remove <host>
Remove an already installed cluster, where the cluster is identified by <host>.
- -add <host> [scheduler]
Install and add a cluster defined by <host>. The optional scheduler specifies the scheduler on the cluster. Valid values are
slurm. If not given, the default will be
- -status <host>
Query and print the status of an already installed cluster, where the cluster is identified by <host>.
- -test <host>
Attempt to submit a test job to an already installed cluster, where the cluster is identified by <host>.