- Display job id, job name, partition, account, number of allocated cpus, job state, and job exit codes for recent jobs:
- Display job id, job state, job exit code for recent jobs:
- Display the allocations of a job:
sacct --jobs job_id --allocations
- Display elapsed time, job name, number of requested CPUs, and memory requested of a job:
sacct --jobs job_id --format=elapsed,jobname,reqcpus,reqmem
Accounting information for jobs invoked with Slurm are either logged in the job accounting log file or saved to the Slurm database, as configured with the AccountingStorageType parameter.
The sacct command displays job accounting data stored in the job accounting log file or Slurm database in a variety of forms for your analysis. The sacct command displays information on jobs, job steps, status, and exitcodes by default. You can tailor the output with the use of the --format= option to specify the fields to be shown.
For the root user, the sacct command displays job accounting data for all users, although there are options to filter the output to report only the jobs from a specified user or group.
For the non-root user, the sacct command limits the display of job accounting data to jobs that were launched with their own user identifier (UID) by default. Data for other users can be displayed with the --allusers, --user, or --uid options.
Elapsed time fields are presented as [days-]hours:minutes:seconds[.microseconds]. Only 'CPU' fields will ever have microseconds.
The default input file is the file named in the AccountingStorageLoc parameter in slurm.conf.
NOTE: If designated, the slurmdbd.conf option PrivateData may further restrict the accounting data visible to users which are not SlurmUser, root, or a user with AdminLevel=Admin. See the slurmdbd.conf man page for additional details on restricting access to accounting data.
NOTE: The contents of Slurm's database are maintained in lower case. This may result in some sacct output differing from that of other Slurm commands.
NOTE: Much of the data reported by sacct has been generated by the wait3() and getrusage() system calls. Some systems gather and report incomplete information for these calls; sacct reports values of 0 for this missing data. See your systems getrusage (3) man page for information about which data are actually available on your system.
- -A, --accounts=<account_list>
Displays jobs when a comma separated list of accounts are given as the argument.
- -L, --allclusters
Display jobs ran on all clusters. By default, only jobs ran on the cluster from where sacct is called are displayed.
- -X, --allocations
Only show statistics relevant to the job allocation itself, not taking steps into consideration.
NOTE: Without including steps, utilization statistics for job allocation(s) will be reported as zero.
- -a, --allusers
Displays all users' jobs when run by user root or if PrivateData is not configured to jobs. Otherwise display the current user's jobs
- -x, --associations=<assoc_list>
Displays the statistics only for the jobs running under the association ids specified by the assoc_list operand, which is a comma-separated list of association ids. Space characters are not allowed in the assoc_list. Default is all associations.
- -B, --batch-script
This option will print the batch script of job if the job used one. If the job didn't have a script 'NONE' is output.
NOTE: AccountingStoreFlags=job_script is required for this.
NOTE: Requesting specific job(s) with '-j' is required for this.
- -b, --brief
Displays a brief listing consisting of JobID, State, and ExitCode.
- -M, --clusters=<cluster_list>
Displays the statistics only for the jobs started on the clusters specified by the cluster_list operand, which is a comma-separated list of clusters. Space characters are not allowed in the cluster_list. A value of 'all' will query to run on all clusters. The default is current cluster you are executing the sacct command on or all clusters in the federation when executed on a federated cluster. This option implicitly sets the --local option.
- -c, --completion
Use job completion data instead of job accounting. The JobCompType parameter in the slurm.conf file must be defined to a non-none option. Does not support federated cluster information (local data only).
- -C, --constraints=<constraint_list>
Comma separated list to filter jobs based on what constraints/features the job requested. Multiple options will be treated as 'and' not 'or', so the job would need all constraints specified to be returned not one or the other.
ASCII characters used to separate the fields when specifying the -p or -P options. The default delimiter is a '|'. This option is ignored if -p or -P options are not specified.
- -D, --duplicates
If Slurm job ids are reset, some job numbers will probably appear more than once in the accounting log file but refer to different jobs. Such jobs can be distinguished by the "submit" time stamp in the data records.
When data for specific jobs are requested with the --jobs option, sacct returns the most recent job with that number. This behavior can be overridden by specifying --duplicates, in which case all records that match the selection criteria will be returned.
NOTE: Revoked federated sibling jobs are hidden unless the --duplicates option is specified.
- -E, --endtime=<end_time>
Select jobs in any state before the specified time. If states are given with the -s option return jobs in this state before this period. See the Default Time Window for more details.
Valid time formats are:
today, midnight, noon, fika (3 PM), teatime (4 PM)
This option will print the running environment of a batch job, otherwise 'NONE' is output.
NOTE: AccountingStoreFlags=job_env is required for this.
NOTE: Requesting specific job(s) with '-j' is required for this.
Show jobs from the federation if a member of one.
- -f, --file=<file>
Causes the sacct command to read job accounting data from the named file instead of the current Slurm job accounting log file. Only applicable when running the jobcomp/filetxt plugin.
- -F, --flags=<flag_list>
Comma separated list to filter jobs based on what various ways the jobs were handled. Current flags are SchedSubmit, SchedMain, SchedBackfill. These particular options describe the scheduler that started the job.
- -o, --format
Comma separated list of fields. (use "--helpformat" for a list of available fields).
NOTE: When using the format option for listing various fields you can put a %NUMBER afterwards to specify how many characters should be printed.
e.g. format=name%30 will print 30 characters of field name right justified. A %-30 will print 30 characters left justified.
When set, the SACCT_FORMAT environment variable will override the default format. For example:
- -g, --gid=, --group=<gid_or_group_list>
Displays the statistics only for the jobs started with the GID or the GROUP specified by the gid_list or the group_list operand, which is a comma-separated list. Space characters are not allowed. Default is no restrictions.
- -h, --help
Displays a general help message.
- -e, --helpformat
Print a list of fields that can be specified with the --format option.
Fields available: Account AdminComment AllocCPUS AllocNodes AllocTRES AssocID AveCPU AveCPUFreq AveDiskRead AveDiskWrite AvePages AveRSS AveVMSize BlockID Cluster Comment Constraints Container ConsumedEnergy ConsumedEnergyRaw CPUTime CPUTimeRAW DBIndex DerivedExitCode Elapsed ElapsedRaw Eligible End ExitCode Flags GID Group JobID JobIDRaw JobName Layout MaxDiskRead MaxDiskReadNode MaxDiskReadTask MaxDiskWrite MaxDiskWriteNode MaxDiskWriteTask MaxPages MaxPagesNode MaxPagesTask MaxRSS MaxRSSNode MaxRSSTask MaxVMSize MaxVMSizeNode MaxVMSizeTask McsLabel MinCPU MinCPUNode MinCPUTask NCPUS NNodes NodeList NTasks Priority Partition QOS QOSRAW Reason ReqCPUFreq ReqCPUFreqMin ReqCPUFreqMax ReqCPUFreqGov ReqCPUS ReqMem ReqNodes ReqTRES Reservation ReservationId Reserved ResvCPU ResvCPURAW Start State Submit SubmitLine Suspended SystemCPU SystemComment Timelimit TimelimitRaw TotalCPU TRESUsageInAve TRESUsageInMax TRESUsageInMaxNode TRESUsageInMaxTask TRESUsageInMin TRESUsageInMinNode TRESUsageInMinTask TRESUsageInTot TRESUsageOutAve TRESUsageOutMax TRESUsageOutMaxNode TRESUsageOutMaxTask TRESUsageOutMin TRESUsageOutMinNode TRESUsageOutMinTask TRESUsageOutTot UID User UserCPU WCKey WCKeyID WorkDir
NOTE: When using with Ave[RSS|VM]Size or their values in TRESUsageIn[Ave|Tot]. They represent the average/total of the highest watermarks over all ranks in the step. When using sstat they represent the average/total at the moment the command was run.
NOTE: TRESUsage*Min* values represent the lowest highwater mark in the step.
The section titled "Job Accounting Fields" describes these fields.
- -j, --jobs=<job[.step]>
Displays information about the specified job[.step] or list of job[.step]s.
The job[.step] parameter is a comma-separated list of jobs. Space characters are not permitted in this list.
NOTE: A step id of 'batch' will display the information about the batch step.
By default sacct shows only jobs with Eligible time, but with this option the non-eligible will be also shown.
NOTE: If --state is also specified, as non-eligible are not PD, then non-eligible jobs will not be displayed. See the Default Time Window for details about how this option changes the default -S and -E options.
Dump job information as JSON. All other formating arugments will be ignored.
Show only jobs local to this cluster. Ignore other clusters in this federation (if any). Overrides --federation.
- -l, --long
Equivalent to specifying:
--format=jobid,jodidraw,jobname,partition,maxvmsize,maxvmsizenode, maxvmsizetask,avevmsize,maxrss,maxrssnode,maxrsstask,averss,maxpages, maxpagesnode,maxpagestask,avepages,mincpu,mincpunode,mincputask,avecpu,ntasks, alloccpus,elapsed,state,exitcode,avecpufreq,reqcpufreqmin,reqcpufreqmax, reqcpufreqgov,reqmem,consumedenergy,maxdiskread,maxdiskreadnode,maxdiskreadtask, avediskread,maxdiskwrite,maxdiskwritenode,maxdiskwritetask,avediskwrite, reqtres,alloctres,tresusageinave,tresusageinmax, tresusageinmaxn,tresusageinmaxt,tresusageinmin,tresusageinminn,tresusageinmint, tresusageintot,tresusageoutmax,tresusageoutmaxn, tresusageoutmaxt,tresusageoutave,tresusageouttot
Display jobs that have any of these name(s).
- -i, --nnodes=<min[-max]>
Return jobs that ran on the specified number of nodes.
Don't convert units from their original type (e.g. 2048M won't be converted to 2G).
- -N, --nodelist=<node_list>
Display jobs that ran on any of these node(s). node_list can be a ranged string.
- -n, --noheader
No heading will be added to the output. The default action is to display a header.
- -p, --parsable
Output will be '|' delimited with a '|' at the end. See also the --delimiter option.
- -P, --parsable2
Output will be '|' delimited without a '|' at the end. See also the --delimiter option.
- -r, --partition
Comma separated list of partitions to select jobs and job steps from. The default is all partitions.
- -q, --qos
Only send data about jobs using these qos. Default is all.
- -R, --reason=<reason_list>
Comma separated list to filter jobs based on what reason the job wasn't scheduled outside resources/priority.
- -S, --starttime
Select jobs in any state after the specified time. Default is 00:00:00 of the current day, unless the '-s' or '-j' options are used. If the '-s' option is used, then the default is 'now'. If states are given with the '-s' option then only jobs in this state at this time will be returned. If the '-j' option is used, then the default time is Unix Epoch 0. See the Default Time Window for more details.
Valid time formats are:
today, midnight, noon, fika (3 PM), teatime (4 PM)
- -s, --state=<state_list>
Selects jobs based on their state during the time period given. Unless otherwise specified, the start and end time will be the current time when the --state option is specified and only currently running jobs can be displayed. A start and/or end time must be specified to view information about jobs not currently running. See the Job State Codes section below for a list of state designators. Multiple state names may be specified using comma separators. Either the short or long form of the state name may be used (e.g. CA or CANCELLED) and the name is case insensitive (i.e. ca and CA both work).
NOTE: Note for a job to be selected in the PENDING state it must have "EligibleTime" in the requested time interval or different from "Unknown". The "EligibleTime" is displayed by the "scontrol show job" command. For example jobs submitted with the "--hold" option will have "EligibleTime=Unknown" as they are pending indefinitely.
NOTE: When specifying states and no start time is given the default start time is 'now'. This is only when -j is not used. If -j is used the start time will default to 'Epoch'. In both cases if no end time is given it will default to 'now'. See the Default Time Window for more details.
- -K, --timelimit-max
Ignored by itself, but if timelimit_min is set this will be the maximum timelimit of the range. Default is no restriction.
- -k, --timelimit-min
Only send data about jobs with this timelimit. If used with timelimit_max this will be the minimum timelimit of the range. Default is no restriction.
- -T, --truncate
Truncate time. So if a job started before --starttime the start time would be truncated to --starttime. The same for end time and --endtime.
- -u, --uid=, --user=<uid_or_user_list>
Use this comma separated list of UIDs or user names to select jobs to display. By default, the running user's UID is used.
Display values in specified unit type. Takes precedence over --noconvert option.
Display a command usage summary.
When displaying UID, sacct uses the UID stored in Slurm's accounting database by default. Use this command to make Slurm use a system call to get the UID from the username. This option may be useful in an environment with multiple clusters and one database where the UID's aren't the same on all clusters.
- -v, --verbose
Primarily for debugging purposes, report the state of various variables during processing.
- -V, --version
- -W, --wckeys=<wckey_list>
Displays the statistics only for the jobs started on the wckeys specified by the wckey_list operand, which is a comma-separated list of wckey names. Space characters are not allowed in the wckey_list. Default is all wckeys.
When querying and filtering heterogeneous jobs with --jobs, Slurm will default to retrieving information about all the components of the job if the het_job_id (leader id) is selected. If a non-leader heterogeneous job component id is selected then only that component is retrieved by default. This behavior can be changed by using this option. If set to 'yes' (or no argument), then information about all the components will be retrieved no matter which component is selected in the job filter. If set to 'no' then only the selected heterogeneous job component(s) will be retrieved, even when selecting the leader.
Dump job information as YAML. All other formating arugments will be ignored.
Job Accounting Fields
The following describes each job accounting field:
Print all fields listed below.
Count of allocated CPUs. Equivalent to NCPUS.
Number of nodes allocated to the job/step. 0 if the job is pending.
Trackable resources. These are the resources allocated to the job/step after the job started running. For pending jobs this should be blank. For more details see AccountingStorageTRES in slurm.conf.
NOTE: When a generic resource is configured with the no_consume flag, the allocation will be printed with a zero.
Account the job ran under.
Reference to the association of user, account and cluster.
Average (system + user) CPU time of all tasks in job.
Average weighted CPU frequency of all tasks in job, in kHz.
Average number of bytes read by all tasks in job.
Average number of bytes written by all tasks in job.
Average number of page faults of all tasks in job.
Average resident set size of all tasks in job.
Average Virtual Memory size of all tasks in job.
The job's comment string when the AccountingStoreFlags parameter in the slurm.conf file contains 'job_comment'. The Comment string can be modified by invoking sacctmgr modify job or the specialized sjobexitmod command.
Total energy consumed by all tasks in job, in joules. Note: Only in case of exclusive job allocation this value reflects the jobs' real energy consumption.
Path to OCI Container Bundle requested.
Time used (Elapsed time * CPU count) by a job or step in HH:MM:SS format.
Time used (Elapsed time * CPU count) by a job or step in cpu-seconds.
The highest exit code returned by the job's job steps (srun invocations). Following the colon is the signal that caused the process to terminate if it was terminated by a signal. The DerivedExitCode can be modified by invoking sacctmgr modify job or the specialized sjobexitmod command.
The job's elapsed time.
The format of this field's output is as follows:
as defined by the following:
When the job became eligible to run in the same format as End.
Termination time of the job. Format output is, YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS, unless changed through the SLURM_TIME_FORMAT environment variable.
The exit code returned by the job script or salloc, typically as set by the exit() function. Following the colon is the signal that caused the process to terminate if it was terminated by a signal.
The group identifier of the user who ran the job.
The group name of the user who ran the job.
The identification number of the job or job step.
Regular jobs are in the form:
Array jobs are in the form:
Heterogeneous jobs are in the form:
When printing job arrays, performance of the command can be measurably improved for systems with large numbers of jobs when a single job ID is specified. By default, this field size will be limited to 64 bytes. Use the environment variable SLURM_BITSTR_LEN to specify larger field sizes.
The identification number of the job or job step. Prints the JobID in the form JobID[.JobStep] for regular, heterogeneous and array jobs.
The name of the job or job step. The slurm_accounting.log file is a space delimited file. Because of this if a space is used in the jobname an underscore is substituted for the space before the record is written to the accounting file. So when the jobname is displayed by sacct the jobname that had a space in it will now have an underscore in place of the space.
What the layout of a step was when it was running. This can be used to give you an idea of which node ran which rank in your job.
Maximum number of bytes read by all tasks in job.
The node on which the maxdiskread occurred.
The task ID where the maxdiskread occurred.
Maximum number of bytes written by all tasks in job.
The node on which the maxdiskwrite occurred.
The task ID where the maxdiskwrite occurred.
Maximum number of page faults of all tasks in job.
The node on which the maxpages occurred.
The task ID where the maxpages occurred.
Maximum resident set size of all tasks in job.
The node on which the maxrss occurred.
The task ID where the maxrss occurred.
Maximum Virtual Memory size of all tasks in job.
The node on which the maxvmsize occurred.
The task ID where the maxvmsize occurred.
Minimum (system + user) CPU time of all tasks in job.
The node on which the mincpu occurred.
The task ID where the mincpu occurred.
Total number of CPUs allocated to the job. Equivalent to AllocCPUS.
List of nodes in job/step.
Number of nodes in a job or step. If the job is running, or ran, this count will be the number allocated, else the number will be the number requested.
Total number of tasks in a job or step.
Identifies the partition on which the job ran.
Name of Quality of Service.
Numeric id of Quality of Service.
Requested CPU frequency for the step, in kHz. Note: This value applies only to a job step. No value is reported for the job.
Requested CPU frequency governor for the step, in kHz. Note: This value applies only to a job step. No value is reported for the job.
Maximum requested CPU frequency for the step, in kHz. Note: This value applies only to a job step. No value is reported for the job.
Minimum requested CPU frequency for the step, in kHz. Note: This value applies only to a job step. No value is reported for the job.
Number of requested CPUs.
Minimum required memory for the job. It may have a letter appended to it indicating units (M for megabytes, G for gigabytes, etc.). Note: This value is only from the job allocation, not the step.
Requested minimum Node count for the job/step.
Trackable resources. These are the minimum resource counts requested by the job/step at submission time. For more details see AccountingStorageTRES in slurm.conf.
How much wall clock time was used as reserved time for this job. This is derived from how long a job was waiting from eligible time to when it actually started. Format is the same as Elapsed.
How many CPU seconds were used as reserved time for this job. Format is the same as Elapsed.
How many CPU seconds were used as reserved time for this job. Format is in processor seconds.
Initiation time of the job in the same format as End.
Displays the job status, or state. See the Job State Codes section below for a list of possible states.
If more information is available on the job state than will fit into the current field width (for example, the UID that CANCELLED a job) the state will be followed by a "+". You can increase the size of the displayed state using the "%NUMBER" format modifier described earlier.
NOTE: The RUNNING state will return suspended jobs as well. In order to print suspended jobs you must request SUSPENDED at a different call from RUNNING.
NOTE: The RUNNING state will return any jobs completed (cancelled or otherwise) in the time period requested as the job was also RUNNING during that time. If you are only looking for jobs that finished, please choose the appropriate state(s) without the RUNNING state.
The time the job was submitted in the same format as End.
NOTE: If a job is requeued, the submit time is reset. To obtain the original submit time it is necessary to use the -D or --duplicate option to display all duplicate entries for a job.
The full command issued to submit the job.
The amount of time a job or job step was suspended. Format is the same as Elapsed.
The amount of system CPU time used by the job or job step. Format is the same as Elapsed.
NOTE: SystemCPU provides a measure of the task's parent process and does not include CPU time of child processes.
What the timelimit was/is for the job. Format is the same as Elapsed.
What the timelimit was/is for the job. Format is in number of minutes.
The sum of the SystemCPU and UserCPU time used by the job or job step. The total CPU time of the job may exceed the job's elapsed time for jobs that include multiple job steps. Format is the same as Elapsed.
NOTE: TotalCPU provides a measure of the task's parent process and does not include CPU time of child processes.
Tres average usage in by all tasks in job. NOTE: If corresponding TresUsageInMaxTask is -1 the metric is node centric instead of task.
Tres maximum usage in by all tasks in job. NOTE: If corresponding TresUsageInMaxTask is -1 the metric is node centric instead of task.
Node for which each maximum TRES usage out occurred.
Task for which each maximum TRES usage out occurred.
Tres minimum usage in by all tasks in job. NOTE: If corresponding TresUsageInMinTask is -1 the metric is node centric instead of task.
Node for which each minimum TRES usage out occurred.
Task for which each minimum TRES usage out occurred.
Tres total usage in by all tasks in job.
Tres average usage out by all tasks in job. NOTE: If corresponding TresUsageOutMaxTask is -1 the metric is node centric instead of task.
Tres maximum usage out by all tasks in job. NOTE: If corresponding TresUsageOutMaxTask is -1 the metric is node centric instead of task.
Node for which each maximum TRES usage out occurred.
Task for which each maximum TRES usage out occurred.
Tres total usage out by all tasks in job.
The user identifier of the user who ran the job.
The user name of the user who ran the job.
The amount of user CPU time used by the job or job step. Format is the same as Elapsed.
NOTE: UserCPU provides a measure of the task's parent process and does not include CPU time of child processes.
Workload Characterization Key. Arbitrary string for grouping orthogonal accounts together.
Reference to the wckey.
Job State Codes
- BF BOOT_FAIL
Job terminated due to launch failure, typically due to a hardware failure (e.g. unable to boot the node or block and the job can not be requeued).
- CA CANCELLED
Job was explicitly cancelled by the user or system administrator. The job may or may not have been initiated.
- CD COMPLETED
Job has terminated all processes on all nodes with an exit code of zero.
- DL DEADLINE
Job terminated on deadline.
- F FAILED
Job terminated with non-zero exit code or other failure condition.
- NF NODE_FAIL
Job terminated due to failure of one or more allocated nodes.
- OOM OUT_OF_MEMORY
Job experienced out of memory error.
- PD PENDING
Job is awaiting resource allocation.
- PR PREEMPTED
Job terminated due to preemption.
- R RUNNING
Job currently has an allocation.
- RQ REQUEUED
Job was requeued.
- RS RESIZING
Job is about to change size.
- RV REVOKED
Sibling was removed from cluster due to other cluster starting the job.
- S SUSPENDED
Job has an allocation, but execution has been suspended and CPUs have been released for other jobs.
- TO TIMEOUT
Job terminated upon reaching its time limit.
Default Time Window
The options --starttime and --endtime define the time window between which sacct is going to search. For historical and practical reasons their default values (i.e. the default time window) depends on other options: --jobs and --state.
Depending on if --jobs and/or --state are specified, the default values of --starttime and --endtime options are:
WITHOUT EITHER --jobs NOR --state specified:
--starttime defaults to Midnight.
--endtime defaults to Now.
WITH --jobs AND WITHOUT --state specified:
--starttime defaults to Epoch 0.
--endtime defaults to Now.
WITHOUT --jobs AND WITH --state specified:
--starttime defaults to Now.
--endtime defaults to --starttime and to Now if --starttime is not specified.
WITH BOTH --jobs AND --state specified:
--starttime defaults to Epoch 0.
--endtime defaults to --starttime or to Now if --starttime is not specified.
NOTE: With -v/--verbose a message about the actual time window in use is shown.
Executing sacct sends a remote procedure call to slurmdbd. If enough calls from sacct or other Slurm client commands that send remote procedure calls to the slurmdbd daemon come in at once, it can result in a degradation of performance of the slurmdbd daemon, possibly resulting in a denial of service.
Do not run sacct or other Slurm client commands that send remote procedure calls to slurmdbd from loops in shell scripts or other programs. Ensure that programs limit calls to sacct to the minimum necessary for the information you are trying to gather.
Some sacct options may be set via environment variables. These environment variables, along with their corresponding options, are listed below. (Note: Command line options will always override these settings.)
Same as --federation
Same as --local
Specifies the string length to be used for holding a job array's task ID expression. The default value is 64 bytes. A value of 0 will print the full expression with any length required. Larger values may adversely impact the application performance.
The location of the Slurm configuration file.
Specify the format used to report time stamps. A value of standard, the default value, generates output in the form "year-month-dateThour:minute:second". A value of relative returns only "hour:minute:second" if the current day. For other dates in the current year it prints the "hour:minute" preceded by "Tomorr" (tomorrow), "Ystday" (yesterday), the name of the day for the coming week (e.g. "Mon", "Tue", etc.), otherwise the date (e.g. "25 Apr"). For other years it returns a date month and year without a time (e.g. "6 Jun 2012"). All of the time stamps use a 24 hour format.
A valid strftime() format can also be specified. For example, a value of "%a %T" will report the day of the week and a time stamp (e.g. "Mon 12:34:56").
This example illustrates the default invocation of the sacct command:
# sacct Jobid Jobname Partition Account AllocCPUS State ExitCode ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- -------- 2 script01 srun acct1 1 RUNNING 0 3 script02 srun acct1 1 RUNNING 0 4 endscript srun acct1 1 RUNNING 0 4.0 srun acct1 1 COMPLETED 0
This example shows the same job accounting information with the brief option.
# sacct --brief Jobid State ExitCode ---------- ---------- -------- 2 RUNNING 0 3 RUNNING 0 4 RUNNING 0 4.0 COMPLETED 0
# sacct --allocations Jobid Jobname Partition Account AllocCPUS State ExitCode ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ------- ---------- -------- 3 sja_init andy acct1 1 COMPLETED 0 4 sjaload andy acct1 2 COMPLETED 0 5 sja_scr1 andy acct1 1 COMPLETED 0 6 sja_scr2 andy acct1 18 COMPLETED 2 7 sja_scr3 andy acct1 18 COMPLETED 0 8 sja_scr5 andy acct1 2 COMPLETED 0 9 sja_scr7 andy acct1 90 COMPLETED 1 10 endscript andy acct1 186 COMPLETED 0
This example demonstrates the ability to customize the output of the sacct command. The fields are displayed in the order designated on the command line.
# sacct --format=jobid,elapsed,ncpus,ntasks,state Jobid Elapsed Ncpus Ntasks State ---------- ---------- ---------- -------- ---------- 3 00:01:30 2 1 COMPLETED 3.0 00:01:30 2 1 COMPLETED 4 00:00:00 2 2 COMPLETED 4.0 00:00:01 2 2 COMPLETED 5 00:01:23 2 1 COMPLETED 5.0 00:01:31 2 1 COMPLETED
This example demonstrates the use of the -T (--truncate) option when used with -S (--starttime) and -E (--endtime). When the -T option is used, the start time of the job will be the specified -S value if the job was started before the specified time, otherwise the time will be the job's start time. The end time will be the specified -E option if the job ends after the specified time, otherwise it will be the jobs end time.
Without -T (normal operation) sacct output would be like this.
# sacct -S2014-07-03-11:40 -E2014-07-03-12:00 -X -ojobid,start,end,state JobID Start End State --------- --------------------- -------------------- ------------ 2 2014-07-03T11:33:16 2014-07-03T11:59:01 COMPLETED 3 2014-07-03T11:35:21 Unknown RUNNING 4 2014-07-03T11:35:21 2014-07-03T11:45:21 COMPLETED 5 2014-07-03T11:41:01 Unknown RUNNING
By adding the -T option the job's start and end times are truncated to reflect only the time requested. If a job started after the start time requested or finished before the end time requested those times are not altered. The -T option is useful when determining exact run times during any given period.
# sacct -T -S2014-07-03-11:40 -E2014-07-03-12:00 -X -ojobid,jobname,user,start,end,state JobID Start End State --------- --------------------- -------------------- ------------ 2 2014-07-03T11:40:00 2014-07-03T11:59:01 COMPLETED 3 2014-07-03T11:40:00 2014-07-03T12:00:00 RUNNING 4 2014-07-03T11:40:00 2014-07-03T11:45:21 COMPLETED 5 2014-07-03T11:41:01 2014-07-03T12:00:00 RUNNING
NOTE: If no -s (--state) option is given sacct will display eligible jobs during the specified period of time, otherwise it will return jobs that were in the state requested during that period of time.
This example demonstrates the differences running sacct with and without the --state flag for the same time period. Without the --state option, all eligible jobs in that time period are shown.
# sacct -S11:20:00 -E11:25:00 -X -ojobid,start,end,state JobID Start End State ------------ ------------------- ------------------- ---------- 2955 11:15:12 11:20:12 COMPLETED 2956 11:20:13 11:25:13 COMPLETED
With the --state=pending option, only job 2956 will be shown because it had a dependency on 2955 and was still PENDING from 11:20:00 until it started at 11:21:13. Note that even though we requested PENDING jobs, the State shows as COMPLETED because that is the current State of the job.
# sacct --state=pending -S11:20:00 -E11:25:00 -X -ojobid,start,end,state JobID Start End State ------------ ------------------- ------------------- ---------- 2956 11:20:13 11:25:13 COMPLETED
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