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NAME

       slurmd - The compute node daemon for SLURM.

SYNOPSIS

       slurmd [OPTIONS...]

DESCRIPTION

       slurmd  is  the  compute  node  daemon  of Slurm. It monitors all tasks
       running on the compute node , accepts work (tasks), launches tasks, and
       kills running tasks upon request.

       OPTIONS

       -c     Clear  system  locks  as  needed. This may be required if slurmd
              terminated abnormally.

       -C     Print actual hardware configuration  and  exit.  The  format  of
              output  is  the  same as used in slurm.conf to describe a node's
              configuration.

       -d <file>
              Specify the fully qualified pathname to the  slurmstepd  program
              to  be  used  for shepherding user job steps. This can be useful
              for testing purposes.

       -D     Run slurmd in the foreground. Error and debug messages  will  be
              copied to stderr.

       -f <file>
              Read configuration from the specified file. See NOTES below.

       -h     Help; print a brief summary of command options.

       -L <file>
              Write log messages to the specified file.

       -M     Lock  slurmd  pages  into  system  memory  using  mlockall(2) to
              disable paging of the slurmd process. This  may  help  in  cases
              where  nodes  are  marked  DOWN  during  periods  of  heavy swap
              activity. If the mlockall(2) system call is  not  available,  an
              error  will  be  printed  to the log and slurmd will continue as
              normal.

       -n <value>
              Set the daemon's nice value to the specified value, typically  a
              negative    number.     Also   note   the   PropagatePrioProcess
              configuration parameter.

       -N <hostname>
              Run the daemon with the  given  hostname.  Used  to  emulated  a
              larger  system  with  more  than  one  slurmd  daemon  per node.
              Requires that SLURM be built using the  --enable-multiple-slurmd
              configure option.

       -v     Verbose operation. Multiple -v's increase verbosity.

       -V     Print version information and exit.

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES

       The  following  environment  variables can be used to override settings
       compiled into slurmd.

       SLURM_CONF          The location of the SLURM configuration file.  This
                           is  overridden by explicitly naming a configuration
                           file on the command line.

NOTES

       It  may  be  useful  to  experiment  with  different  slurmd   specific
       configuration  parameters  using  a  distinct  configuration file (e.g.
       timeouts).  However, this special configuration file will not  be  used
       by  the slurmctld daemon or the Slurm programs, unless you specifically
       tell each of them to use  it.  If  you  desire  changing  communication
       ports,  the  location of the temporary file system, or other parameters
       used by other Slurm components, change the common  configuration  file,
       slurm.conf.

COPYING

       Copyright  (C)  2002-2007  The Regents of the University of California.
       Copyright (C) 2008-2010 Lawrence Livermore National Security.  Produced
       at   Lawrence   Livermore   National   Laboratory   (cf,   DISCLAIMER).
       CODE-OCEC-09-009. All rights reserved.

       This file is  part  of  SLURM,  a  resource  management  program.   For
       details, see <https://computing.llnl.gov/linux/slurm/>.

       SLURM  is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
       the terms of the GNU General Public License as published  by  the  Free
       Software  Foundation;  either  version  2  of  the License, or (at your
       option) any later version.

       SLURM is distributed in the hope that it will be  useful,  but  WITHOUT
       ANY  WARRANTY;  without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or
       FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU General  Public  License
       for more details.

FILES

       /etc/slurm.conf

SEE ALSO

       slurm.conf(5), slurmctld(8)