[slurm-users] Specify number of cores only?

HELLMERS Joe Joe.HELLMERS at 3ds.com
Wed Jul 10 20:48:27 UTC 2019

Is there a way to instruct SBATCH to submit a job with a certain number of cores without specifying anything else?  I don’t care which nodes or sockets they run on.  They would only use on thread per core.

Joe Hellmers

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