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 supercomputer [2017/10/10 10:03]wingated supercomputer [2017/10/10 10:09] (current)wingated Both sides previous revision Previous revision 2017/10/10 10:09 wingated 2017/10/10 10:03 wingated 2017/10/10 10:03 wingated 2017/08/23 13:22 sean [Deep Learning on the Supercomputer] 2017/08/23 13:22 sean [Intro to the Supercomputer] 2017/08/23 13:00 sean created 2017/10/10 10:09 wingated 2017/10/10 10:03 wingated 2017/10/10 10:03 wingated 2017/08/23 13:22 sean [Deep Learning on the Supercomputer] 2017/08/23 13:22 sean [Intro to the Supercomputer] 2017/08/23 13:00 sean created Line 67: Line 67: Simple enough, right? Also it is important to make sure we tell it how much memory and time we expect. If we give it a lot we will have less priority and have to weight longer for the job to start. Simple enough, right? Also it is important to make sure we tell it how much memory and time we expect. If we give it a lot we will have less priority and have to weight longer for the job to start. - Now we just do execute ​./​slurm.sh ​to run it. + To submit your job, use the ''​sbatch''​ command, as in ''​sbatch ​./slurm.sh''​. ==== Pro Tips ==== ==== Pro Tips ==== * Make sure your tf code uses the GPU * Make sure your tf code uses the GPU * to see all your jobs status its helpful to make an alias with the command watch squeue -u<​username>​ --Format=jobid,​numcpus,​state,​timeused,​timeleft'​ * to see all your jobs status its helpful to make an alias with the command watch squeue -u<​username>​ --Format=jobid,​numcpus,​state,​timeused,​timeleft'​