The Grid Resource Allocation and Management (GRAM5) component is used to locate, submit, monitor, and cancel jobs on Grid computing resources. GRAM5 is not a job scheduler, but rather a set of services and clients for communicating with a range of different batch/cluster job schedulers using a common protocol. GRAM5 is meant to address a range of jobs where reliable operation, stateful monitoring, credential management, and file staging are important.
|The following guides are available for this component:|
|Key Concepts||For important general concepts about job management in Globus. Includes GRAM5 Approach. [pdf]|
|Admin Guide||For system administrators and those installing, building and deploying GT. You should already have read the Installation Guide and Quickstart. [pdf]|
|User's Guide||Describes how end-users typically interact with this component. Be sure to also read the GT User Guide for important general information for end-users. [pdf]|
|Developer's Guide||Reference and usage scenarios for developers. [pdf]|
Other information available for this component are:
|Release Notes||What's new with the 5.0.4 release for this component. [pdf]|
|Public Interfaces||Information for all public interfaces (including APIs, commands, protocols, etc). Please note this is a subset of information in the Developer's Guide. [pdf]|
|Quality Profile||Information about test coverage reports, etc. [pdf]|
|Migrating Guide||Information for migrating to this version if you were using a previous version of GT. [pdf]|
|All GRAM5 Guides (PDF only)||Includes all GRAM5 guides except Public Interfaces (which is a subset of the Developer's Guide)|
- job scheduler
See the term scheduler.