Nomad relies on a long running agent on every machine in the cluster. The agent can run either in server or client mode. The cluster servers are responsible for managing the cluster. All other agents in the cluster should be in client mode. A Nomad client is a very lightweight process that registers the host machine, performs heart-beating, and runs the tasks that are assigned to it by the servers. The agent must be run on every node that is part of the cluster so that the servers can assign work to those machines. In this guide, you start the Nomad agent in development mode also called a dev agent. Nomad dev agents quickly start a single agent that acts as a client and server to test job configurations or prototype interactions. You also use the nomad command-line tool to discover the status and server membership for your agent. Finally, you create and start a sample job using the nomad job init and nomad job run commands.
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