'Diogene87' is a powerful job scheduling system. It features include:
*central management: jobs can be run on local or remote servers (on TCP/IP networks) *jobs dependences: jobs can wait for another to be terminated, started when an other is normally finished, or aborted *start condition: jobs can wait for a file-presence, a manual validation, or a specified time *planning: jobs can be planned at regular intervals *log of job activity: output of jobs (on console) are logged *job monitoring: a web interface controls job execution *statistics for job duration: minimum, maximum and average duration *resource control: the job queue has a threshold for the largest number of jobs that can run. The queue can be manually opened or closed if resources are not available.
DocumentationUser intro available in HTML format from http://diogene87.sourceforge.net/diogene87_2.html#SEC5; User reference manual available in HTML format from http://diogene87.sourceforge.net/diogene87_4.html#SEC60; User tutorial available in HTML format from http://diogene87.sourceforge.net/diogene87_3.html#SEC10
released on 30 October 2007
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