This tutorial includes basic information about running a program/script on COR@L. If you are looking for information about running a series of exhaustive programs and/or need precise measuring, then schedule your jobs with CONDOR.
bash: foo: Permission deniederror. What should I do?
chmod u+x foo
If you want to save output of your program into a file, simply use
>, such as
foo > output.out
will save all program outputs to
If you have already some content in
output.out and append (add new output at the end of the existing content) then use
>> such as
foo >> output.out
If you are going to run a long job and want to log out during the process, then use
nohup foo > output.out &
You can list all processes that belongs to your account by typing
top -u userid