Rosalind queue summary:
|Queue name||Ram (GB)||runtime limit||Accepts|
|HighMemLongterm.q||380||no limit||y||y||mpi, smp||240||undefined|
|HighMemShortterm.q||380||192 hours||y||y||mpi, smp||400||undefined|
|LowMemLongterm.q||190||no limit||y||y||mpi, smp||480||undefined|
|LowMemShortterm.q||190||192 hours||y||y||mpi, smp||760||undefined|
Compute nodes in the “HighMem*” queues have 380GB accessible by the users and the “LowMem*” queues have 190GB available - (see this section in the HPC user guide for details on reserving memory.)
Queues named “*Longterm.q” have no hard time limit at the queue level however when submitting jobs you still need to specify your run time ( see here for details). Queues named “*Shortterm.q” have a hard runtime limit of 8 days. Even if you specify a longer runtime at submission time, jobs on these queues cannot run for longer than this limit.
All of the queues accept interactive jobs however the queue InterLowMem.q acceptes interactive jobs only and will not accept batch jobs. This queue has a run time limit of 24 hours. See here for instructions on how to launch interactive jobs on this queue.
You can inspect the queue configurations in more detail with the command
qconf -sq <queue name>
All queues except the interactive only queue, are configured with parallel environments as follows:
export MKL_NUM_THREADS=$NSLOTS export NUMEXPR_NUM_THREADS=$NSLOTS export OMP_NUM_THREADS=$NSLOTS
You can inspect the parallel environment configurations in more detail with the command:
qconf -sp <parallel environment name>
The interactive queue can use the smp parallel environment but not the mpi parallel environment.