pace-quota: returns username, storage access and utilization, and job charge or tracking accounts.
pace-check-queue [-c] [-s] [-m] [-j] [-x] [-h] <queue name>: gives info on resources available for queue, node names, and status of queue.
pace-check-queue -c <queue name>: Will color code each node by availability. Useful to quickly see which nodes are accepting jobs.
pace-check-queue -s <queue name>: Shows the feature tags for each node. These tags can be used in your
PBSscript to request certain hardware capabilities, such as intel processors or nvidia gpus.
pace-check-queue -h: Opens the man page for
- Additional Flags: The flags
[-m] [-j] and [-x]Allow you to simplify the output of
pace-check-queue, and to print the results in xml or json.
module avail <optional module name>: lists modules (software) available on pace and can provide a module name to search for specific software.
module load <module name>: loads module into environment.
module purge: gets rid of any modules loaded.
- Visit the Phoenix Job Submission page for more information on Phoenix job submission.
- Visit the Hive Job Submission page for more information on Hive job submission.
- Visit the Phoenix Information Commands page for more information on helpful commands on Phoenix.
- Visit the Hive Information Commands page for more information on helpful commands on Hive.
pace-quota: gives you a summary of how much storage you have used and how much you have left.
pace-why-inqueue <jobid>: diagnoses why a job is stuck in the queue (not running).