|Name||Hardware||Limit per account||Walltime max.||Details|
|cpucourt||Intel Xeon Gold 6248 (2×20 cores) or AMD Epyc 7302 (2×16 cores)||400 cores||72 h||choice of processor type|
|cpulong||Intel Xeon Gold 6248 (2×20 cores) or AMD Epyc 7302 (2×16 cores)||128 cores||15 days||choice of processor type|
|visu||Quadro RTX 6000||52 cores||24 h||user guide|
|smp||Intel Xeon Gold 5220 (4×18 cores) – 1 TB RAM||72 cores||15 days||access upon request|
|gpu||Nvidia V100 32 Gb or A100 80 Gb||6 GPUs (incl. a max. of 2 A100)||36 h||access upon request and low-priority for A100s|
The queues refer to the partition parameter when defining a Slurm job.
Access to the GPU and/or SMP queues is only authorized for certain projects requiring GPU computing and/or nodes with high memory (after submission of a request to the scientific committee). The other queues are available for everyone.
The amount of CPU cores per account corresponds to the maximum number of cores that members of a same Slurm account can use simultaneously. Beyond this limit, jobs are pending.
Walltime: corresponds to the maximum duration of your job before it is automatically stopped by Slurm.
Priority among some queues: see this page.
Checkpoints strongly recommended for jobs, especially long jobs. For example, see DMTCP.
Specific targeted campaigns (major challenges, jobs longer than a week, etc.) may take place at certain times of the year, for certain users or on ad hoc request.