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Running computing task in Microsoft HPC – PowerShellLukas Beran
Another my article about Microsoft HPC is dealing with running tasks on Microsoft HPC cluster using Windows PowerShell.
Controlling computing cluster using PowerShell is possible either running classic Windows PowerShell and loading PowerShell snap-in Microsoft.HPC using Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.HPC or by running HPC PowerShell directly on the server.
For adding new HPC job, you can use cmdlet New-HpcJob. New job is now in the Configuring state. Now we need to add computing processes to the job.
We can add computing processes to the job using cmdlet Add-HpcTask. After adding processes to the job, the job is still in the Configuring state. So we need to run the job on our cluster.
We can run the job on our cluster using cmdlet Submit-HpcJob.