Your first DIRAC job

This section is a copy of what is presented in https://github.com/DIRACGrid/DIRAC/wiki/JobManagement

The default way of creating jobs in DIRAC is to use the same method as regular GRID jobs, with JDLs. A JDL (or Job Description Language) follows a standard. It's a simple composition of Attribute=Value;. For example, the following is a correctly defined JDL:

[
  JobName = "Simple_Job";
  Executable = "/bin/ls";
  Arguments = "-ltr";
  StdOutput = "StdOut";
  StdError = "StdErr";
  OutputSandbox = {"StdOut","StdErr"};
]
It has a few mandatory parameters indicated above. Many other are possible, but are not indicated here as this is not the main supported way of submitting jobs. Nevertheless if you have a JDL, you may submit it to DIRAC using
dirac-wms-job-submit myjdl.jdl
This will return you a job ID. If using that method of submission, you may want to store those job IDs in some text file as they are needed to obtain their output.

-- AndreSailer - 21 Feb 2014: Moved from DiracForUsers

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