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grid [2018/11/01 14:34]
vodrazka [Installation]
grid [2018/11/14 19:08] (current)
popel [Advanced usage] removed duplication
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 See ''​man complex''​ (run it on lrc or sol machines) for a list of possible resources you may require (in addition to ''​mem_free''​ etc. discussed above). See ''​man complex''​ (run it on lrc or sol machines) for a list of possible resources you may require (in addition to ''​mem_free''​ etc. discussed above).
  
-''​qsub **-p** -99''​ +''​qsub **-p** -200''​ 
-Define a priority of your job as a number between -1024 and 0. Only SGE admins may use a number higher than 0. In January 2018, we changed the default to -100 (it used to be 0). SGE uses the priority to decide when to start which pending job in the queue (it computes a real number called ''​prior'',​ which is reported in ''​qstat'',​ which grows as the job is waiting in the queue). Note that once a job is started, you cannot "​unschedule"​ it, so from that moment on, it is irrelevant what was its priority. You can ask for a higher priority (-99...0) if your job is urgent and/or will finish soon and you want to skip your colleagues'​ jobs in the queue. You should ask for lower priority (-1024..-101) if you submit many jobs at once or if the jobs are not urgent.+Define a priority of your job as a number between -1024 and 0. Only SGE admins may use a number higher than 0. In January 2018, we changed the default to -100 (it used to be 0). Please, do not use priority between -99 and 0 for jobs taking longer than a few hours, unless it is absolutely necessary for a deadline. In that case, please notify other GPU users. You should ask for lower priority (-1024..-101) if you submit many jobs at once or if the jobs are not urgent. SGE uses the priority to decide when to start which pending job in the queue (it computes a real number called ''​prior'',​ which is reported in ''​qstat'',​ which grows as the job is waiting in the queue). Note that once a job is started, you cannot "​unschedule"​ it, so from that moment on, it is irrelevant what was its priority.
  
 ''​qsub **-o** LOG.stdout **-e** LOG.stderr''​ ''​qsub **-o** LOG.stdout **-e** LOG.stderr''​

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