Commit a46e4ccd authored by Lukáš Krupčík's avatar Lukáš Krupčík
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add singularity it4i

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For current information on available images, refer to the `ml av` statement and the `OS`
## Available operating systems images
## Available Operating Systems Images
**Supported OS:**
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* classic
* shell - automatics start shell after load module
## IT4Innovations wrappers
## IT4Innovations Wrappers
For using modules we prepared special wrappers
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In next examples, we will be using Singularity images on clusters.
### Load image
### Load Image
For classic image
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Submited job `qsub -A PROJECT -q qprod -l select=2:mpiprocs=24 -l walltime=00:30:00 -I`
### MPI into image
### MPI Into Image
```console
$ ml CentOS/6.9-shell
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!!! warning
You allocate two nodes, but MPI into image use only one node.
### MPI outside image
### MPI Outside Image
```console
$ ml CentOS/6.9
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48
```
## Use own image on cluster
## Use Own Image On Cluster
1. Prepare image into your local computer
1. Transfer image to your `/home` (for example `.singularity/image`)
1. Load module Singularity (`ml Singularity`)
1. Use your image
## Edit IT4Innovations image
## Edit IT4Innovations Image
1. Transfer image to your local computer
1. Edit image
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