hey @wirawan0 did you see this section?
For example, if you look at “Elapsed” it shows the format of the time. And then for JobID vs JobIDRaw:
The number of the job or job step. It is in the form: job.jobstep.
In case of job array print the JobId instead of the ArrayJobId. For non job arrays the output is the JobId in the format job.jobstep.
Are you looking for better clarification than is provided? Here is a nice link to show how to use squeue and sacct for monitoring:
For example, you can issue this command (and put the comma separated value list of headers you want to include):
# get statistics on a completed job
# you can find all the fields you can specify with the --format parameter by running sacct -e
# you can specify the width of a field with % and a number, for example --format=JobID%15 for 15 characters
sacct -j <jobid> --format=JobId,AllocCPUs,State,ReqMem,MaxRSS,Elapsed,TimeLimit,CPUTime,ReqTres
It’s these labels that @wirawan0 is asking specifically about, and I’ve reached out to the SLURM team to get some updates on their sacct page. In the meantime, do others have any additional documentation on tricks for monitoring, or custom commands that have worked nicely in the past? Please share your thoughts on this thread!