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In answer to the requests made by many for insight on the status of your queues, we’ve developed a new tool for you called ‘pace-stat’ (/opt/pace/bin/pace-stat).

When you run pace-stat, a summary of all available queues will be displayed, and for each queue, values for:

– The number of jobs you have running, and the total number of running jobs
– The number of jobs you have queued, and the total number of queued jobs
– The total number of cores that all of your running jobs are using
– The total number of cores that all of your queued jobs are requesting
– The current number of unallocated cores free on the queue
– The approximate amount of memory/core that your running jobs are using
– The approximate amount of memory/core that your queued jobs are requesting
– The approximate amount of memory/core currently free in the queue
– The current percentage of the queue that has been allocated (by all running jobs)
– The total number of nodes in the queue
– The maximum wall-time for the queue

Please use pace-stat to help determine resource availability, and where best to submit jobs.

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