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! Machines
 
  ! Cores
 
  ! Cores
 
  ! Memory (GB)
 
  ! Memory (GB)
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  | C6145
 
  | C6145
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| 0
 
  | 64
 
  | 64
 
  | 256
 
  | 256
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  |-
 
  | H8DGT
 
  | H8DGT
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| 10
 
  | 32
 
  | 32
 
  | 128
 
  | 128
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  |-
 
  | DL165G7
 
  | DL165G7
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| 10
 
  | 24
 
  | 24
 
  | 64
 
  | 64
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  | ESC4000G2
 
  | ESC4000G2
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| 10
 
  | 32
 
  | 32
 
  | 64
 
  | 64
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  | DL160G5
 
  | DL160G5
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| 10
 
  | 8  
 
  | 8  
 
  | 16
 
  | 16
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  | iPC12
 
  | iPC12
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| 15
 
  | 80
 
  | 80
 
  | 96
 
  | 96

Revision as of 09:58, 20 November 2019

For big (ca. 3 GB ) job, use -l ying.q .

If you have a huge memory job (10 GB), use matt.q.

Bigger than that, use jk.q. Otherwise please use all.q, gpu.q, etc.

Type Machines Cores Memory (GB) matt.q (huge memory) ying.q (big memory) jk.q (ultra large)
C6145 0 64 256 10 60 4
H8DGT 10 32 128 5 30 0
DL165G7 10 24 64 2 8 0
ESC4000G2 10 32 64 2 8 0
DL160G5 10 8 16 0 1 0
iPC12 15 80 96 2 10 0