Documentation for TORQUE Resource Manager is now available in Wiki format. Now registered users of TORQUE, an open source resource manager providing control over batch jobs and distributed compute nodes, may log on to Cluster Resources' Web site to edit and update documentation.
�TORQUE has a strong user community and we are glad to increase community ownership and collaboration by providing access to users to be able to update the documentation directly,� said Doug Wightman, senior software manager of Cluster Resources. �Cluster Resources will certainly continue updates, but we value the excellent feedback we receive from the user community and wanted to empower users in this way.�
Users can access the new TORQUE Wiki documentation at http://www.clusterresources.com/torquewiki. To register as a TORQUE Wiki administrator, go to http://www.clusterresources.com/torqueregister.
About Cluster Resources:
Cluster Resources, Inc.� is a leading provider of workload and resource management software and services for cluster, grid, hosting center and utility-based computing environments. Cluster Resources' high-performance computing solutions enable administrators to control and optimize parallel and serial computing resources. Its professional Moab product line provides HPC sites with the most advanced workload management, scheduling and policy control (e.g., advanced reservations, backfill, checkpoint, preemption, fairshare, prioritization, etc.). Moab is compatible with batch resource managers such as Platform's LSF, Altair's PBS Pro, and IBM's LoadLeveler, and open source tools including TORQUE, OpenPBS and others. Moab runs on Linux, Unix, and Mac OS X environments, and is also accessible from Windows. For more information call (801) 873-3400 or visit http://www.clusterresources.com
* This product includes software developed by NASA Ames Research Center, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and Veridian Information Solutions, Inc. Visit www.OpenPBS.org for OpenPBS software support, products, and information. TORQUE is neither endorsed by nor affiliated with Altair Grid Solutions, Inc.