[slurm-users] extended list of nodes allocated to a job

Sean Mc Grath smcgrat at tcd.ie
Thu Aug 17 13:12:07 UTC 2023

Hi Alain,

I don't know if slurm can do that natively. python-hostlist, https://www.nsc.liu.se/~kent/python-hostlist/, may provide the functionality you need. I have used it in the past to generate a list of hosts that can be looped over.

Hope that helps.


Sean McGrath
Senior Systems Administrator, IT Services

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Subject: [slurm-users] extended list of nodes allocated to a job


I'm looking for a way to get the list of nodes where a given job is running in a uncompressed way.
That is, I'd like to have node1,node2,node3 instead of node1-node3.
Is there way to achieve that ?
I need the information outside the script.


Alain Miniussi
DSI, Pôles Calcul et Genie Log.
Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur
Tél. : +33609650665

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