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BLAH Introduction

BLAHPD is a light component accepting commands according to the BLAH (Batch Local Ascii Helper) protocol to manage jobs on different Local Resources Management Systems (LRMS).
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"CERequirements"
string containing the requirements to be forwarded to the local batch system
"TransferInput = file1,file2,file..."
comma-delimited list of all the files to be transferred into the working directory for the job before the job is started. Only the transfer of files is available. The transfer of subdirectories is not supported.
"TransferOutput = file1,file2,file..."
an explicit list of output files to be transferred back from the temporary working directory on the execute machine to the submit machine (where BLAHPD is running). Only the standard output and standard error files, are transferred back by default if requested.
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"TransferOutputRemaps = name1=newname1,name2=newname2,name=newname..."
This attribute specifies the name (and optionally the complete path) to use when downloading output files from the completed job. Normally, output files are transferred back to the initial working directory with the same name they had in the execution directory. This gives you the option to save them with a different path or name. If you specify a relative path, the final path will be relative to the job's initial working directory (the directory specified in the 'Iwd' attribute, or, if this is missing, the current working directory of BLAHPD)
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"TransferOutputRemaps = name1=newname1;name2=newname2;name=newname..."
This attribute specifies the name (and optionally the complete path) to use when downloading output files from the completed job. Note that the mappings are separated by semicolons. Normally, output files are transferred back to the initial working directory with the same name they had in the execution directory. This gives you the option to save them with a different path or name. If you specify a relative path, the final path will be relative to the job's initial working directory (the directory specified in the 'Iwd' attribute, or, if this is missing, the current working directory of BLAHPD)
 
+ Return Line:
<result> <CRLF>
    • result = the character "S" (no quotes) for successful submission of the request (meaning that the request is now pending), or an "E" for error on the parse of the request or its arguments (e.g. an unrecognized or unsupported command, or for missing or malformed arguments).
      + Result Lines: <reqid> <sp> <result-code> <sp> <error-string> <sp> <job_local_id> <crlf>
 
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