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== Select or avoid Euler V nodes ==
 
== Select or avoid Euler V nodes ==
  
To '''force''' your job to run on these nodes, submit your job with the '''-R beta''' resource request.
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To '''force''' your job to run on these nodes, submit your job with the '''-R beta''' resource request:
 
  bsub -R beta [other bsub options] ./my_command
 
  bsub -R beta [other bsub options] ./my_command
To '''prevent''' your job from running on these nodes, submit your job with the '''-R stable''' resource request.
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To '''prevent''' your job from running on these nodes, submit your job with the '''-R stable''' resource request:
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bsub -R stable [other bsub options] ./my_command

Revision as of 12:56, 30 November 2018

Euler V is an upgrade of Euler I nodes, everything but the power supply and network interfaces. After the upgrade, these nodes still have 24 cores (2× 12-core Xeon Gold 5118 (Skylake)) but now sport 96 GB of memory (DDR4-2400).

Euler V nodes are now open for beta testing.

Please report to us in case you observe any unusual behavior of your jobs on these nodes.

Select or avoid Euler V nodes

To force your job to run on these nodes, submit your job with the -R beta resource request:

bsub -R beta [other bsub options] ./my_command

To prevent your job from running on these nodes, submit your job with the -R stable resource request:

bsub -R stable [other bsub options] ./my_command