Batchtools futures for LSF, OpenLava, SGE, Slurm, TORQUE etc. are asynchronous multiprocess futures that will be evaluated on a compute cluster via a job scheduler.

batchtools_lsf(
expr,
envir = parent.frame(),
substitute = TRUE,
globals = TRUE,
label = NULL,
template = NULL,
resources = list(),
workers = NULL,
registry = list(),
...
)

batchtools_openlava(
expr,
envir = parent.frame(),
substitute = TRUE,
globals = TRUE,
label = NULL,
template = NULL,
resources = list(),
workers = NULL,
registry = list(),
...
)

batchtools_sge(
expr,
envir = parent.frame(),
substitute = TRUE,
globals = TRUE,
label = NULL,
template = NULL,
resources = list(),
workers = NULL,
registry = list(),
...
)

batchtools_slurm(
expr,
envir = parent.frame(),
substitute = TRUE,
globals = TRUE,
label = NULL,
template = NULL,
resources = list(),
workers = NULL,
registry = list(),
...
)

batchtools_torque(
expr,
envir = parent.frame(),
substitute = TRUE,
globals = TRUE,
label = NULL,
template = NULL,
resources = list(),
workers = NULL,
registry = list(),
...
)

Arguments

expr The R expression to be evaluated The environment in which global environment should be located. Controls whether expr should be substitute():d or not. (optional) a logical, a character vector, a named list, or a Globals object. If TRUE, globals are identified by code inspection based on expr and tweak searching from environment envir. If FALSE, no globals are used. If a character vector, then globals are identified by lookup based their names globals searching from environment envir. If a named list or a Globals object, the globals are used as is. (optional) Label of the future (where applicable, becomes the job name for most job schedulers). (optional) A batchtools template file or a template string (in brew format). If not specified, it is left to the batchtools package to locate such file using its search rules. (optional) A named list passed to the batchtools template (available as variable resources). See Section 'Resources' in batchtools::submitJobs() more details. (optional) The maximum number of workers the batchtools backend may use at any time. Interactive and "local" backends can only process one future at the time (workers = 1L), whereas HPC backends, where futures are resolved via separate jobs on a scheduler, can have multiple workers. In the latter, the default is workers = NULL, which will resolve to getOption("future.batchtools.workers"). If that is not specified, the value of environment variable R_FUTURE_BATCHTOOLS_WORKERS will be used. If neither are specified, then the default is 100. (optional) A named list of settings to control the setup of the batchtools registry. Additional arguments passed to BatchtoolsFuture().

Value

An object of class BatchtoolsFuture.

Details

These type of batchtools futures rely on batchtools backends set up using the following batchtools functions:

• batchtools::makeClusterFunctionsLSF() for Load Sharing Facility (LSF)

• batchtools::makeClusterFunctionsOpenLava() for OpenLava

• batchtools::makeClusterFunctionsSGE() for Sun/Oracle Grid Engine (SGE)

• batchtools::makeClusterFunctionsSlurm() for Slurm

• batchtools::makeClusterFunctionsTORQUE() for TORQUE / PBS