Well, it partially depends on your cluster. Since you have DIDA installed, the abyss command itself has a dida subcommand you can use as per the manual and documentation. There does appear to be an abyss-dida wrapper script (abyss-dida on github) but I'm not sure exactly how it is used as I haven't used this approach before. But in general, you probably have some things to do or set up depending on what scheduler the cluster uses. You should speak to whoever runs your cluster.