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en:services:application_services:high_performance_computing:running_jobs_slurm [2019/10/08 12:02]
mboden [Available Partitions]
en:services:application_services:high_performance_computing:running_jobs_slurm [2019/10/30 11:42]
hsommer typo
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 Interactively or in batch mode. We generally recommend using the Interactively or in batch mode. We generally recommend using the
 batch mode. If you need to run a job interactively,​ you can find batch mode. If you need to run a job interactively,​ you can find
-information about that LINK.+information about that in the [[en:​services:​application_services:​high_performance_computing:​running_jobs_slurm#​interactive_session_on_the_nodes|corresponding section]].
 Batch jobs are submitted to the cluster using the '​sbatch'​ command Batch jobs are submitted to the cluster using the '​sbatch'​ command
 and a jobscript or a command:\\ and a jobscript or a command:\\
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 **<​nowiki>​--mem-per-cpu=<​size[units]></​nowiki>​**\\ **<​nowiki>​--mem-per-cpu=<​size[units]></​nowiki>​**\\
-Required memory per task instead of node. <​nowiki>​--mem</​nowiki>​ and <​nowiki>​--mem-per-cpu</​nowiki> ​is mutually exclusive\\+Required memory per task instead of node. <​nowiki>​--mem</​nowiki>​ and <​nowiki>​--mem-per-cpu</​nowiki> ​are mutually exclusive.\\
 === Example === === Example ===
  
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 <​code>​ sinfo -p gpu --format=%N,​%G </​code>​ shows a list of host with GPUs, as well as their type and count. <​code>​ sinfo -p gpu --format=%N,​%G </​code>​ shows a list of host with GPUs, as well as their type and count.
  
-=====  ​Miscallaneous ​Slurm Commands ​ =====+=====  ​Miscellaneous ​Slurm Commands ​ =====
  
 While ''​sbatch''​ is arguably the most important Slurm command, you may also find the following commands useful: While ''​sbatch''​ is arguably the most important Slurm command, you may also find the following commands useful: