System querying is helpful to understand what is happening with the system. Meaning, what compute jobs are running, storage quotas, past compute job history, etc.
Compute Job Information
Native Slurm Commands
- shows a summary of jobs, cpu resources, and requested / used cpu time. It doesn't take any arguments or options.
- shows information relating to jobs completed or running with resource utilization. Default action is to request information about the calling user's jobs starting 14-days from the current date. Supports an optional Slurm jobid or user for specific information.
$ arcchist -j JOBID
$ arcchist -u USER
- shows a summary of the invoking user jobs or all jobs. Default is to only show the calling user's jobs.
$ arccq -a
HPC Storage Commands
- shows information relating to storage quotas. By default, this will display $HOME and $SCRATCH quotas first, followed by the user's associated project quotas. This is a change on Teton from Mount Moran, but the tool is much more comprehensive. The command takes arguments to do project-only (i.e., no $HOME or $SCRATCH info displayed), extensive listing of users' quotas and usage within project directories, can summarize quotas (i.e., no user specific usage on project spaces).
$ arccquota -P
$ arccquota -P -s
$ arccquota -e
$ arccquota -p PROJECT_NAME
Specific project(s) and extensive:
$ arccquota -e -p PROJECT_NAME Specific user (only one user): <pre> $ arccquota -u USER
Specific user and extensive:
$ arccquota -e -u USER