I’m writing a job array script and have noticed there seems to be two ways to submit an array job:
#PBS -t <first_index-last_index>%number_of_active_jobs
#PBS -J <first_index-last_index>:index_step
In my case I’m wanting to have 10 subjobs running at the same time. I’m hoping I don’t need to setup some form of MPI to run the subjobs at the same time. I have openpbs 20.0.1 built and configured in some VM’s currently for testing. The documentation suggests -J, however -t seems to be more appropriate for my case.
Can I use #PBS -t to do this?