A pure Python remote job scheduler system
This pscheduler service is critical dependent upon the usage of shared filesystem across the remote machines. Setup NFS for all the remote machines.
Have same login credentials for all the remote machines.
Basic Linux utilities like ssh and nohup should be installed on all the remote machines.
pscheduler is a Python 3 only module and can be easily installed using pip:
pip install pscheduler
Start the service using pscheduler service start. This will create a directory .pscheduler under your home directory.
Edit file ~/.pscheduler/hosts.cfg and add all the IP addresses/domain aliases of the remote machines in each line. Save and exit. Alternately if you are in an HPC environment and LSF is already installed, then you can use the provided script bhostsWrapper.py to directly populate the remote machine. You should then edit it to remove the head node machine from the list and any other required host.
If you have not already setup password-less login into remote machines, then use the provided script batchSetupLoginKeys.py to set it up.
There are four basic utilities:
start/stop the background service
get information on remote machines
monitor running/pending job
See helpfiles of individual subcommands for further details
It is critical that the background service is started before the submitting any job
Start service: pscheduler service start
Submit job: pscheduler sub "sleep 10"
Pending and running job configuration files are stored under ~/.pscheduler/jobs in PEND and RUN directory respectively. By default the finished job configuration file containing standard output(JSON format) are stored under ~/.pscheduler/jobs/FINISH, but users can choose a custom location for this file by using -o flag while submitting job and providing the output location path.
~/.pscheduler/DAEMON.log contains the log of the background service. You should have a look at this file to see if any error messages have been thrown.
Note that pscheduler will not will ignore the scheduling by other schedulers and simply launch jobs based on availability of resources (currently only number of CPU cores).
Roadmap for future versions
Implement jobs subcommand
Job restart in case of resource spike
Improve code for catching fatal exceptions
FIRST PRE ALPHA RELEASE
CLI CREATED using wrapper.py
BHOST wrapper script separated form phosts module
Introduced hosts.cfg: A user editable list of hosts
Batch script made for creating login keys
PSUB now saves in JSON format
DEV: Submit to PyPi using python script
DEV: Automatic update of version in setup.py
Added pscheduler in scripts for command line invocation
jobs subcommand implemented
phosts doublehost check issue rectified
submission process improved in daemon
class naming convention changed
default host fixed to localhost. passwordless loging into localhost created
DEV: Travis CI now being used for testing
Rolledback SSH keygen
Parashar Dhapola (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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