Excuse me, I see three lines also!

[root@rocks7 ~]# sacct --format=user,cputime,elapsed
     User    CPUTime    Elapsed
--------- ---------- ----------

  mahmood   02:44:00   00:10:15
            02:44:00   00:10:15
  mahmood   19:25:52   00:18:13
            09:42:56   00:18:13
            00:18:12   00:18:12
  mahmood 1-00:36:16   00:11:32
            06:09:04   00:11:32
            00:34:36   00:11:32

What are those? What should I mention in the format option to see the
proper information about three lines of a jobs?


Regards,
Mahmood




On Thu, Apr 12, 2018 at 9:33 AM, Christopher Samuel <ch...@csamuel.org> wrote:
> On 12/04/18 14:56, Mahmood Naderan wrote:
>
>> May I ask what is the purpose to view intermediate job steps?
>
>
> Because for MPI jobs that's where all the information is. The first
> step is just the batch script.
>
>> Also, today when I run sacct command, I only see the last two jobs
>>
> [...]
>>
>>
>> Is that normal?
>
>
> Yes, by default sacct only shows you the jobs that finished today.
> Otherwise you'd overwhelm slurmdbd with all the jobs since the start
> of time which on big systems will be in the millions.
>
> All the best,
>
> Chris
> --
>  Chris Samuel  :  http://www.csamuel.org/  :  Melbourne, VIC
>

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