Submit a Job Using a Profile

Use a profile that has job arguments pre-populated to submit a job.

Create a profile by populating solver job arguments and saving the information for later use.
Job profiles are customized shortcuts for submitting a job. If you submit lots of job using the same solver with the same arguments, it makes sense for you to use a profile that has these arguments pre-populated for you - streamlining the process of job submission.
  1. Click the Jobs tab located in the upper left-hand of the page.
    A list of applications are displayed at the top of the Job Monitoring page.
    Figure 1. List of Applications/Solvers
    List of Applications/Solvers
    Tip: Click to view the other applications/solvers.
  2. Click an application.
    A job submission form is displayed.

    Job Submission Form
    Figure 2. Job Submission Form
  3. Select the Profile from the left pane.
  4. Fill in the required application or profile arguments.
    1. Select the Server from the drop-down list.
      Note: The Server field will be displayed only if more than one Server Cluster is registered.
      The applications and profiles displayed on the left are those that are installed on the selected HPC complex.
    2. Select the version of the solver from the drop-down list.
    3. Enter the number of CPUs and Memory in MB required to run the job.
    4. Select an input file.
      If a Master File is selected as an input file, then the include files will be listed by default.
    5. Enter the Output Directory.
    Tip: Click Set Profile as Default to set the profile that is used as a default profile.
  5. Click Submit Job.
    The job is submitted and a notification is displayed providing the status of the job.
    Tip: Click on the Job ID link provided in the notification to view the job status.
A folder is created in the job output directory. It is named based on the job name and job submission time. Job result files are written to this folder. While the job is running results files are maintained on the remote PAS server. These files can be displayed by viewing the contents of the Running Folder tab. Once the job completes, the job results files are written to the Output tab.

Your job will initially be placed into a queue awaiting execution. Jobs can be monitored for queuing, execution, and completion, and the job results viewed via the Jobs tab.