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A Remote Services client submits jobs to the cluster. This is done through a user application or through the Gurobi command-line tool gurobi_cl (which is documented in the Gurobi Command-Line Tool section of the Gurobi Reference Manual). Submitting a job to a Remote Services cluster is typically just a matter of running the appropriate program. We'll provide a simple example in the next section.

Clients can also use grbcluster command to monitor the state of their jobs and of the Remote Services queue. Example commands include listing active jobs, listing recently executed jobs, displaying the log of a recent job, etc. You can get a full list of available commands by typing grbcluster --help.

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