Slurm Account list
When you submit a job to the HPC, it must run under a Slurm Account1. If you do not specify an account, it will default
genacc_q Slurm Account.
Several Slurm Accounts are general access resources, which means anybody with an RCC user account can submit jobs to them.
Other Slurm Accounts are owner based. These are available only to research groups that have purchased dedicated resources on our system.
See what Slurm Accounts you have access to#
From the shell on one of our login nodes, use the
rcctool command to see which accounts you have access to:
To see all the Slurm Accounts available both generally and to specific research groups, use the following rcctool command:
General access Slurm accounts#
Below is a list of the general access Slurm Accounts with some relevant information.
|Slurm Account||Default Runtime||Max Runtime||Max CPU Cores/Job||Max Jobs/User||Max Running Jobs/User|
||14 days||14 days||400||400||100|
||4 hours||4 hours||512||500||500|
||4 hours||4 hours||512||600||500|
||14 days||90 days||8||100||30|
||10 minutes||10 minutes||8||2||1|
For full details about Slurm accounts, refer to our self-service portal.
Slurm Accounts used to be known as partitions. Some HPC centers and universities refer to them as queues. Regardless, all three terms are synonymous. ↩