- Start the daemon:
slurmstepd is a job step manager for Slurm. It is spawned by the slurmd daemon when a job step is launched and terminates when the job step does. It is responsible for managing input and output (stdin, stdout and stderr) for the job step along with its accounting and signal processing. slurmstepd should not be initiated by users or system administrators.
The following environment variables can be used to override settings compiled into slurmstepd.
- SIGINT SIGTERM SIGTSTP SIGQUIT SIGPIPE SIGUSR1 SIGUSR2 SIGALRM SIGHUP
These signals are explicitly ignored.
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