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From Raminder Singh <>
Subject Re: One workflow running two Application Service
Date Thu, 31 Jan 2013 22:09:07 GMT
Thanks Pedro for bringing this. I agree, we need to support jobs to share the working folders
in Airavata, at least jobs in same workflow. Application developers can make sure jobs are
not overriding output of each other. I have similar use case for Dark energy survey project.


On Jan 30, 2013, at 8:59 PM, Pedro da Silveira wrote:

> Hi Dev,
> I created one workflow where it was calling two Application service, one at
> time.
> The first application service runs "pw.x" with 64 cores and the second runs
> "ph.x" also with 64 cores.
> My problem is that the location of the "ph.x" has to be same where "pw.x"
> had ran before.
> I noticed that one directory is created for each App service on Lonestar,
> even though they are from the same workflow. Like in my example.
> AppPhonon_Wed_Jan_30_20_22_13_CST_2013_39895e3b-d9a3-43ae-aba7-ef4abab0b959
> AppZb3_Wed_Jan_30_20_11_53_CST_2013_6f2cfa93-b503-410f-ab14-2cb02b0ba15c
> Is there anyway to run both Application Service in just one directory?
> Thank you,
> Pedro da Silveira

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