Taito related issues from the Frequently Asked Questions database

 

My job runs out of memory in taito-shell.csc.fi

In taito-shell.csc.fi each user is allowed to use up to 128 GB of memory. However, the memory is over-subscribed and there is no session specific memory allocations (like in normal batch jobs)....

I have already a taito-shell session open and would like to open another session on the same node. How?

If you need to open a second shell on the same taito-shell node, for example to check the node's load or memory usage while your process is already running, here's how you do it: Take note...

How do I start long-running jobs in Taito-shell?

Taito's batch job system is the preferred way of starting long running jobs. It gives you guaranteed CPU and memory access. However, if you have long running interactive jobs that you want to run...

How do I reserve a large memory node for interactive use on Taito?

If you need significantly more memory than the 128 GB provided on Taito-shell nodes, please proceed as follows: Login to Taito: ssh -X taito.csc.fi (-X being optional) Reserve a node with the...

How do I know how much computing resources I have left on my computing account?

The most important unix commands concerning CPU time and disk quota are 'saldo' and 'quota –v'. You can also follow your resource situation at CSC customer extranet called the Scientist's User...