Installing torque has nothing to do with exciting. And unless it’s a requirement of the web app, there’s no reason to use a job scheduler on your local machine.
If you still want to install torque, try following the online instructions:
As far as I am aware, the web API is not supported. No current group members have experience with it. It would be far easier to use either:
a) Our website, where you can follow the online tutorials and copy their input scripts
b) Use the ASE calculator to generate and run an input (thesupport will be extended this year).
If you really want to pursue to the web app, I suggest contacting Christan Vorwerk (based in The Galli Group at the time of writing).
The serial code is primarily intended for developers. You should build the smp binary for use on your local machine. If you want to run the serial or the smp binary via torque, you simply replace the
mpirun command with
You asked how to configure a torque script - I gave you a PBS Pro example. Torque is comparable.