[slurm-users] What is the 'Root/Cluster association' level in Resource Limits document mean?

Paul Brunk pbrunk at uga.edu
Thu Feb 10 02:27:37 UTC 2022


You can use e.g. 'sacctmgr show -s users', and you'll see each user's
cluster assocation as one of the output columns.  If the name were
'yourcluster', then you could do: sacctmgr modify cluster
name=yourcluster set grpTres="node=8".

Paul Brunk, system administrator
Georgia Advanced Resource Computing Center
Enterprise IT Svcs, the University of Georgia

On 2/8/22, 2:33 AM, "slurm-users" <slurm-users-bounces at lists.schedmd.com> wrote:
…[H]ow to check or modify this “cluster association”? Using command sacctmgr show association, I can only list all users’ association.

Considering the scene in which we want to set a default node number limitation for all users, command such as sacctmgr modify user set grptres="node=8" do can set the limitation on all users at once, but it will cover the original per-user limitation on some specific account. So it may not be an satisfying solution. If the “cluster association” exists, it may be exactly what we want. So how to set the “cluster association”?
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