The judge component of the DMOJ: Modern Online Judge platform
|A modern online judge and contest platform system, supporting IO-based, interactive, and signature-graded tasks, with runtime data generators and custom output validators.|
Supported Platforms and Runtimes
The judge implements secure grading on Linux and FreeBSD machines.
Versions up to and including v1.4.0 also supported grading on Windows machines.
The DMOJ judge does not need a root user to run on Linux machines: it will run just fine under a normal user.
Supported languages include:
- C++ 11/14/17 (GCC and Clang)
- C 99/11
- Java 8/9/10/11
- Python 2/3
- PyPy 2/3
- Mono C#/F#/VB
The judge can also grade in the languages listed below. These languages are less tested and more likely to be buggy.
- Chicken Scheme
- Steel Bank Common Lisp
Installing the DMOJ judge creates two executables in your Python's script directory:
dmoj is used to connect a judge to a DMOJ site instance, while
dmoj-cli provides a command-line interface to a
local judge, useful for testing problems.
For more detailed steps, read the installation instructions.
Note that the only officially-supported Linux distribution is the latest Debian, with the default
apt versions of all runtimes. This is what we run on dmoj.ca, and it should "just work". While the judge will likely still work with other distributions and runtime versions, some runtimes might fail to initialize. In these cases, please file an issue.
We periodically publish builds on PyPI. This is the easiest way to get started, but may not contain all the latest features and improvements.
$ pip install dmoj
This is the version of the codebase we run live on dmoj.ca.
$ git clone --recursive https://github.com/DMOJ/judge.git $ cd judge $ pip install -e .
Several environment variables can be specified to control the compilation of the sandbox:
DMOJ_USE_SECCOMP; set it to
noif you're building on a pre-Linux 3.5 kernel to disable
seccompfiltering in favour of pure
ptrace(slower). This flag has no effect when building outside of Linux.
DMOJ_TARGET_ARCH; use it to override the default architecture specified for compiling the sandbox (via
-march). Usually this is
native, but will not be specified on ARM unless
DMOJ_TARGET_ARCHis set (a generic, slow build will be compiled instead).
We maintain Docker images with all runtimes we support in the runtimes-docker project.
Runtimes are split into three tiers of decreasing support. Tier 1 includes
Python 2/3, C/C++ (GCC only), Java 8, and Pascal. Tier 3 contains all the
runtimes we run on dmoj.ca. Tier 2 contains some in-between
mix; read the
Dockerfile for each tier for details. These images are rebuilt
and tested every week to contain the latest runtime versions.
The script below spawns a tier 1 judge image. It expects the relevant
environment variables to be set, the network device to be
to be placed under
/mnt/problems, and judge-specific configuration to be in
/mnt/problems/judge.yml. Note that runtime configuration is already done for you,
and will be merged automatically into the
$ git clone --recursive https://github.com/DMOJ/judge.git $ cd judge/.docker $ make judge-tier1 $ exec docker run \ --name judge \ -p "$(ip addr show dev enp1s0 | perl -ne 'm@inet (.*)/.*@ and print$1 and exit')":9998:9998 \ -v /mnt/problems:/problems \ --cap-add=SYS_PTRACE \ -d \ --restart=always \ dmoj/judge-tier1:latest \ run -p15001 -s -c /problems/judge.yml \ "$BRIDGE_ADDRESS" "$JUDGE_NAME" "$JUDGE_KEY"
Running a Judge Server
$ dmoj --help usage: dmoj [-h] [-p SERVER_PORT] -c CONFIG [-l LOG_FILE] [--no-watchdog] [-a API_PORT] [-A API_HOST] [-s] [-k] [-T TRUSTED_CERTIFICATES] [-e ONLY_EXECUTORS | -x EXCLUDE_EXECUTORS] [--no-ansi] server_host [judge_name] [judge_key] Spawns a judge for a submission server. positional arguments: server_host host to connect for the server judge_name judge name (overrides configuration) judge_key judge key (overrides configuration) optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -p SERVER_PORT, --server-port SERVER_PORT port to connect for the server -c CONFIG, --config CONFIG file to load judge configurations from -l LOG_FILE, --log-file LOG_FILE log file to use --no-watchdog disable use of watchdog on problem directories -a API_PORT, --api-port API_PORT port to listen for the judge API (do not expose to public, security is left as an exercise for the reverse proxy) -A API_HOST, --api-host API_HOST IPv4 address to listen for judge API -s, --secure connect to server via TLS -k, --no-certificate-check do not check TLS certificate -T TRUSTED_CERTIFICATES, --trusted-certificates TRUSTED_CERTIFICATES use trusted certificate file instead of system -e ONLY_EXECUTORS, --only-executors ONLY_EXECUTORS only listed executors will be loaded (comma-separated) -x EXCLUDE_EXECUTORS, --exclude-executors EXCLUDE_EXECUTORS prevent listed executors from loading (comma- separated) --no-ansi disable ANSI output --skip-self-test skip executor self-tests
Running a CLI Judge
$ dmoj-cli --help usage: dmoj-cli [-h] -c CONFIG [-e ONLY_EXECUTORS | -x EXCLUDE_EXECUTORS] [--no-ansi] Spawns a judge for a submission server. optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -c CONFIG, --config CONFIG file to load judge configurations from -e ONLY_EXECUTORS, --only-executors ONLY_EXECUTORS only listed executors will be loaded (comma-separated) -x EXCLUDE_EXECUTORS, --exclude-executors EXCLUDE_EXECUTORS prevent listed executors from loading (comma- separated) --no-ansi disable ANSI output --skip-self-test skip executor self-tests
For info on the problem file format and more, read the documentation.
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