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SLURM will not oversubscribe the
SLURM will not oversubscribe the , so if you ask for all 32 cores, you will get exclusive access to the node.
Revision as of 22:52, 21 July 2016
HiPerGator 2.0 documentation
While there is a lot of documentation available on the SLURM web page, we provide these commands to help users with examples and handy references. Have a favorite SLURM command? Users can edit the wiki pages, please add your examples.
Checking on the queue
The basic command is squeue. The full documentation for squeue is available on the SLURM web page, but we hope these examples are useful as they are and as templates for further customization.
For a list of jobs running under a particular group, use the -A flag (for Account) with the group name.
squeue -A group_name
For a summary that is similar to the MOAB/Torque showq command (again, -u user or -A group can be added):
squeue -o "%.10A %.18u %.4t %.8C %.20L %.30S"
To include qos and limit to a group:
squeue -A group_name -O jobarrayid,qos,name,username,timelimit,numcpus,reasonlist
Checking job information
The basic command is sacct. The full documentation for sacct is available on the SLURM web page, but we hope these examples are useful as they are and as templates for further customization.
By default, sacct will only show your in the queue or running since midnight of the current day. To view jobs from a particular date, you can specify a start time (-S or --starttime) with one of a number of formats, for example since May 1st (0501):
sacct -S 0501
The default columns displayed are:
JobID JobName Partition Account AllocCPUS State ExitCode
To other information can either be pulled from the -l view which has a long list of columns, or by specifying the information you want to view. For example to see the number of CPUs, total memory use and walltime of all jobs since May 1st (0501), you could use:
sacct -S 0501 -o JobIDRaw,JobName,NCPUS,MaxRSS,Elapsed
To do the same for a whole group:
sacct -S 0501 -o JobIDRaw,JobName,User,NCPUS,MaxRSS,Elapsed -a -A group_name
To view memory use of jobs:
Using sreport to view group summaries
The basic command is report. The full documentation for sreport is available on the SLURM web page, but we hope these examples are useful as they are and as templates for further customization.
To view a summary of group usage since a given date (May 1st in this example):
sreport cluster AccountUtilizationByUser Start=0501 Accounts=group_name
Or for a particular month (the month of May):
sreport cluster AccountUtilizationByUser Start=0501 End=0531 Accounts=group_name
Viewing Resources Available to a Group
To check the resources available to a group for running jobs, you can use the sacctmgr command (substitute the group_name with your group)
sacctmgr show qos group_name format="Name%-16,GrpSubmit,MaxWall,GrpTres%-45"
or for the burst allocation:
sacctmgr show qos group_name-b format="Name%-16,GrpSubmit,MaxWall,GrpTres%-45"
Requesting an entire node
It is possible to request an entire node for your work. However, please note that doing so will count against the resources available for your group. Since the nodes in HiPerGator 2.0 have 32 cores, this means 32 cores will be utilized from your group resources while you are taking an entire node.
To effectively reserve an entire node, you can put the following in your script:
#SBATCH --nodes=1 #SBATCH --ntasks=32
SLURM will not oversubscribe the host, so if you ask for all 32 cores, you will get exclusive access to the node.