Here is an example script for running dependent jobs on Oscar.
#!/bin/bash# first job - no dependenciesjobID_1=$(sbatch job1.sh | cut -f 4 -d' ')# second job - depends on job1jobID_2=$(sbatch --dependency=afterok:$jobID_1 job2.sh | cut -f 4 -d' ')# third job - depends on job2sbatch --dependency=afterany:$jobID_2 job3.sh
There are 3 batch jobs. Each job has it's own batch script: job1.sh, job2,sh, jobs.sh. The script above (script.sh) submits the three jobs.
line 4: job1 is submitted.
line 7: job2 depends on job1 finishing successfully.
line 10: job3 depends on job2 finishing successfully.
For details on the types of dependencies you can use in slurm see the sbatch manual page.