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job scheduling framework?

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Has anyone seen a simple open source job-scheduling framework written
in Python? I don't really want to reinvent the wheel. All I need is
the ability to set up a series of atomic "jobs" as a "stream", then
have the system execute the jobs in the stream one-at-a-time until all
the jobs in the stream are complete or one of them reports an error.

(If it tied into a really simple grid-style computing farm, that would
be worth double points!)

-Chris

Sep 8 '05 #1
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Chris Curvey wrote:
Has anyone seen a simple open source job-scheduling framework written
in Python?


It sounds like BuildBot (http://buildbot.sf.net) might interest you.

It's not exactly meant to be a job control system, but it does have some
nice functionality. It might be interesting to extend it in the
direction you're talking about.
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Benji York

Sep 8 '05 #2

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Google turned up these links that might be of interest:

http://www.foretec.com/python/worksh...session/hoegl/
http://www.webwareforpython.org/Webw...uickStart.html
http://www.slac.stanford.edu/BFROOT/...JM/SJMMain.htm

Larry Bates
Chris Curvey wrote:
Has anyone seen a simple open source job-scheduling framework written
in Python? I don't really want to reinvent the wheel. All I need is
the ability to set up a series of atomic "jobs" as a "stream", then
have the system execute the jobs in the stream one-at-a-time until all
the jobs in the stream are complete or one of them reports an error.

(If it tied into a really simple grid-style computing farm, that would
be worth double points!)

-Chris

Sep 8 '05 #3

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Larry Bates wrote:
Google turned up these links that might be of interest:

http://www.foretec.com/python/worksh...session/hoegl/
http://www.webwareforpython.org/Webw...uickStart.html
http://www.slac.stanford.edu/BFROOT/...JM/SJMMain.htm
Larry Bates
Chris Curvey wrote:
Has anyone seen a simple open source job-scheduling framework written
in Python? I don't really want to reinvent the wheel. All I need is
the ability to set up a series of atomic "jobs" as a "stream", then
have the system execute the jobs in the stream one-at-a-time until all
the jobs in the stream are complete or one of them reports an error.

(If it tied into a really simple grid-style computing farm, that would
be worth double points!)


In addition to Larry's links, this might also be of interest:

http://directory.fsf.org/science/visual/Pyslice.html

Not exactly the same, but I suspect it may be useful.

Cheers,

f

Sep 8 '05 #4

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