Ganga: A tool for computational-task management and easy access to Grid resources

Published: 1 November 2009| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/4tc8bbr975.1
J.T. Mościcki, F. Brochu, J. Ebke, U. Egede, J. Elmsheuser, K. Harrison, R.W.L. Jones, H.C. Lee, D. Liko, A. Maier, A. Muraru, G.N. Patrick, K. Pajchel, W. Reece, B.H. Samset, M.W. Slater, A. Soroko, C.L. Tan, D.C. van der Ster, M. Williams


This program has been imported from the CPC Program Library held at Queen's University Belfast (1969-2018) Abstract In this paper, we present the computational task-management tool Ganga, which allows for the specification, submission, bookkeeping and post-processing of computational tasks on a wide set of distributed resources. Ganga has been developed to solve a problem increasingly common in scientific projects, which is that researchers must regularly switch between different processing systems, each with its own command set, to complete their computational tasks. Ganga provides a homogeneous environme... Title of program: Ganga Catalogue Id: AEEN_v1_0 Nature of problem Management of computational tasks for scientific applications on heterogenous distributed systems, including local, batch farms, opportunistic clusters and Grids. Versions of this program held in the CPC repository in Mendeley Data AEEN_v1_0; Ganga; 10.1016/j.cpc.2009.06.016



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