Because the impact of unmanaged interactive sessions can be significant, the concept of login nodes in Bright Cluster Manager was introduced in Part 1 of this series. Although login nodes address many considerations relating to interactive use, they are designed to do so in a limited way. For example, in Part 1, the following consideration was outlined (emphasis added here):
The Bright Cluster Manager CMGUI makes tasks intuitively easy. This article shows how you can view and control workload manager jobs using the Bright CMGUI. I am using an OGS (SGE) job to provide examples, but Bright works the same way with all Bright's supported workload managers: PBS Professional, Slurm, Univa Grid Engine, LSF, openlava, TORQUE/Moab, TORQUE/Maui.
When you install Bright Cluster Manager on your system, Bright automatically installs the workload manager of your choice, from among the following: