LSF

LSF["name"]

represents a Platform Load Sharing Facility cluster with the specified name.

LSF["name",n]

represents a Platform Load Sharing Facility "name" with n Wolfram Language kernels.

Details

  • "name" is typically the name or IP address of the cluster head node.
  • LSF[] is equivalent to LSF["localhost"].
  • The following options can be given:
  • "KernelOptions"command-line options for the Wolfram Language kernel
    "KernelProgram"full path to the Wolfram Language kernel
    "NetworkInterface"network interface to use
    "Timeout"timeout limit
  • To use LSF, you first need to load Cluster Integration using Needs["ClusterIntegration`"].

Examples

Basic Examples  (1)

Launch two compute kernels:

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Close the compute kernels:

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See Also

LaunchKernels  CloseKernels