Commit 7c8e779d authored by Pape, David (FWCC) - 139658's avatar Pape, David (FWCC) - 139658
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Merge branch 'feature-more-nodes' into develop

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## Setup
The container is set up to automatically detect your hardware on start-up. It will provide one
compute node that shares the specifications of the platform it is running on (number of cores,
hyperthreading, ...). The *cluster* (if you want to call your single node that) is called `sid`
(Slurm in Docker) and it has one partition, `sidp`, containing said node.
The container is set up to automatically detect your hardware on start-up. It will provide four
compute nodes that share the specification of the platform the container is running on (number of
cores, hyperthreading, ...). The *cluster* is called `sid` (Slurm in Docker) and it has one
partition, `sidp`, containing the nodes `sidc[1-4]`.
When you start the container, the services are already up and running. You will be greeted by a Bash
shell running as `root`.
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If you have Docker set up on your system, you can easily build the container by executing `make`.
This will run the default target `build` which builds and tags the image for you. The first build
may take a few minutes.
may take a while.
The default name of the container is `registry.hzdr.de/fwcc/slurm-in-docker`. If you want to
choose a shorter name, you can pass it as an argument when building the container, e.g.
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