Microsoft HPC Pack Command Reference
Updated: January 13, 2014
Applies To: Microsoft HPC Pack 2012, Microsoft HPC Pack 2012 R2
This reference provides command descriptions and syntax for all HPC cluster-specific command-line commands used in Microsoft® HPC Pack. The command-line commands provide a keyboard alternative to most actions that you would otherwise perform with HPC Cluster Manager or HPC Job Manager.
The following table lists the commands that HPC Pack provides. Differences between product versions are noted in the descriptions.
Provides subcommands for viewing and changing the configuration of the HPC Job Scheduler Service.
Runs the specified command on multiple nodes and redirects the output of all instances of the specified command to the node on which you ran the clusrun command.
Formats an event log (.etl) file as a CLOG event file for use with the Argonne National Laboratory Jumpshot viewer.
Formats an event log (.etl) file as an Open Trace Format (.otf) file.
Manages the trace log files for Windows Azure node deployments from HPC Pack.
Provides subcommands to manage credentials and soft card certificates.
Uploads, downloads, deletes, or lists files on a cluster node, including Windows Azure nodes.
Detects, clears, or repairs HPC-specific firewall rules for an HPC cluster.
Packages and uploads files to a Windows Azure storage account.
Deploys file packages from Windows Azure storage to Windows Azure nodes.
Manages the trace logs generated by the HPC services and HPC management tools.
Provides subcommands for managing jobs.
Provides subcommands for managing job templates.
Launches a Message Passing Interface (MPI) application.
Runs the Message Passing Interface (MPI) ping-pong test by sending packets of data back and forth between paired nodes repeatedly, and displays or saves the latency and throughput measurements and statistics from the test to an XML file.
Correlates the event time-stamps for each of the .etl files.
Provides subcommands for managing nodes.
Provides subcommands for managing tasks.
Provides subcommands for managing diagnostic tests.
Many of these commands each have multiple subcommands. For information about the subcommands of one of these commands, see the reference topic for the command.