CSC-Puhti’s FMI cluster (FMI / Puhti)

Description

This plugin deals with specific environment characteristics of the cluster at LSCE.

Yaml arguments

The following arguments are used to configure the plugin. pyCIF will return an exception at the initialization if mandatory arguments are not specified, or if any argument does not fit accepted values or type:

Optional arguments

python: (optional): python

the python command used to run sub-instances of pyCIF

accepted type: <class ‘str’>

queue: (optional): short

queue on which to submit the jobs launched by the CIF (analytic, EnKF modes)

accepted type: <class ‘str’>

nodes: (optional): 1

number of nodes to use by the jobs launched by the CIF (analytic, EnKF modes)

accepted type: <class ‘int’>

cores: (optional): 1

number of cores to use by the jobs launched by the CIF (analytic, EnKF modes)

accepted type: <class ‘int’>

max_procs_node: (optional): 40

maximum number of cores available per node on the partition. Further detail here (restricted access)

accepted type: <class ‘int’>

resource: (optional): std

indicate how the job resource is allocated

accepted values:

  • std: submit default or yml values

  • auto: automatic submission for CHIMERE with ncores = nzdoms * nmdoms + 1

  • only_cores: submit cores only

submit_qsub: (optional): True

Submit the job with sbatch or simply run it within the same instance

accepted type: <class ‘bool’>

Requirements

The current plugin requires the present plugins to run properly:

Requirement name

Requirement type

Explicit definition

Any valid

Default name

Default version

model

Model

True

True

None

None

Yaml template

Please find below a template for a Yaml configuration:

 1platform:
 2  plugin:
 3    name: FMI
 4    version: Puhti
 5    type: platform
 6
 7
 8  # Optional arguments
 9  python: XXXXX
10  queue: XXXXX
11  nodes: XXXXX
12  cores: XXXXX
13  max_procs_node: XXXXX
14  resource: XXXXX
15  submit_qsub: XXXXX