Statistics and usage of the Life Science Compute Cluster

LiSC status, utilization and waiting times

Resource allocation

CPU cores and main memory are consumable resources. On LiSC, these resources are not enforced. Instead, jobs need to be monitored by the users according to their resource usage. More information on slurm job monitoring, resource allocation and limitation is available in the LiSC wiki.

As feedback to the users we monitor the resource allocation efficiency daily, weekly and monthly. TOP 20 mis-allocators of CPU cores and memory capacity are listed in text files (see below).

Top 20 CPU misallocators

Last 24 hoursBy userBy job
Last 7 daysBy userBy job
Last monthBy userBy job
Users and jobs with CPU over-allocation (from LiSC statistics)

Top 20 memory misallocators

“Waste” of memory can be negative, which means that the jobs have used more memory than allocated.

Last 24 hoursBy userBy job
Last 7 daysBy userBy job
Last monthBy userBy job
Users and jobs with memory under- and over-allocation (from LiSC statistics)