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NAME

       sacct  -  displays  accounting data for all jobs and job steps in the Slurm job accounting
       log or Slurm database

SYNOPSIS

       sacct [OPTIONS...]

DESCRIPTION

       Accounting information for jobs invoked with Slurm are either logged in the job accounting
       log file or saved to the Slurm database.

       The  sacct  command  displays job accounting data stored in the job accounting log file or
       Slurm database in a variety of forms  for  your  analysis.   The  sacct  command  displays
       information  on  jobs,  job  steps,  status, and exitcodes by default.  You can tailor the
       output with the use of the --format= option to specify the fields to be shown.

       For the root user, the sacct command displays job accounting data for all users,  although
       there  are  options  to filter the output to report only the jobs from a specified user or
       group.

       For the non-root user, the sacct command limits the display of job accounting data to jobs
       that  were launched with their own user identifier (UID) by default.  Data for other users
       can be displayed with the --allusers, --user, or --uid options.

       Note:  If designated, the  slurmdbd.conf  option  PrivateData  may  further  restrict  the
              accounting  data  visible  to  users  which are not SlurmUser, root, or a user with
              AdminLevel=Admin.  See  the  slurmdbd.conf  man  page  for  additional  details  on
              restricting access to accounting data.

       Note:  If   the   AccountingStorageType  is  set  to  "accounting_storage/filetxt",  space
              characters embedded within account  names,  job  names,  and  step  names  will  be
              replaced  by  underscores.  If account names with embedded spaces are needed, it is
              recommended that a database type of accounting storage be configured.

       Note:  The content's of Slurm's database are maintained in lower case. This may result  in
              some sacct output differing from that of other Slurm commands.

       Note:  Much  of  the  data  reported  by  sacct  has  been  generated  by  the wait3() and
              getrusage() system calls. Some systems gather and report incomplete information for
              these  calls;  sacct  reports  values  of 0 for this missing data. See your systems
              getrusage (3) man page for information about which data are actually  available  on
              your system.

              Elapsed  time  fields are presented as [days-]hours:minutes:seconds[.microseconds].
              Only 'CPU' fields will ever have microseconds.

              The default input file is the file named in the AccountingStorageLoc  parameter  in
              slurm.conf.

OPTIONS

       -a, --allusers
                 Displays  all  users  jobs  when  run  by  user  root  or  if PrivateData is not
                 configured to jobs.  Otherwise display the current user's jobs

       -A account_list , --accounts=account_list
                 Displays jobs when a comma separated list of accounts are given as the argument.

       -b, --brief
                 Displays a brief listing, which includes the following data:

                 jobid

                 status

                 exitcode

       -c, --completion
                 Use job completion data instead of job accounting.  The JobCompType parameter in
                 the  slurm.conf  file  must  be  defined to a non-none option.  Does not support
                 federated cluster information (local data only).

       --delimiter=characters
                 ASCII characters used to separate the  fields  when  specifying  the  -p  or  -P
                 options.  The  default  delimiter  is a '|'. This options is ignored if -p or -P
                 options are not specified.

       -D, --duplicates
                 If Slurm job ids are reset, some job numbers will probably appear more than once
                 in  the  accounting  log  file  but  refer  to different jobs.  Such jobs can be
                 distinguished by the "submit" time stamp in the data records.

                 When data for specific jobs are requested with the --jobs option, sacct  returns
                 the  most  recent  job  with  that  number.  This  behavior can be overridden by
                 specifying --duplicates, in which case all  records  that  match  the  selection
                 criteria will be returned.

                 NOTE:  Revoked  federated sibling jobs are hidden unless the --duplicates option
                 is specified.

       -e, --helpformat

                 Print a list of fields that can be specified with the --format option.

                 Fields available:

                 Account             AdminComment        AllocCPUS           AllocGRES
                 AllocNodes          AllocTRES           AssocID             AveCPU
                 AveCPUFreq          AveDiskRead         AveDiskWrite        AvePages
                 AveRSS              AveVMSize           BlockID             Cluster
                 Comment             ConsumedEnergy      ConsumedEnergyRaw   CPUTime
                 CPUTimeRAW          DerivedExitCode     Elapsed             ElapsedRaw
                 Eligible            End                 ExitCode            GID
                 Group               JobID               JobIDRaw            JobName
                 Layout              MaxDiskRead         MaxDiskReadNode     MaxDiskReadTask
                 MaxDiskWrite        MaxDiskWriteNode    MaxDiskWriteTask    MaxPages
                 MaxPagesNode        MaxPagesTask        MaxRSS              MaxRSSNode
                 MaxRSSTask          MaxVMSize           MaxVMSizeNode       MaxVMSizeTask
                 McsLabel            MinCPU              MinCPUNode          MinCPUTask
                 NCPUS               NNodes              NodeList            NTasks
                 Priority            Partition           QOS                 QOSRAW
                 ReqCPUFreq          ReqCPUFreqMin       ReqCPUFreqMax       ReqCPUFreqGov
                 ReqCPUS             ReqGRES             ReqMem              ReqNodes
                 ReqTRES             Reservation         ReservationId       Reserved
                 ResvCPU             ResvCPURAW          Start               State
                 Submit              Suspended           SystemCPU           SystemComment
                 Timelimit           TimelimitRaw        TotalCPU            TRESUsageInAve
                 TRESUsageInMax      TRESUsageInMaxNode  TRESUsageInMaxTask  TRESUsageInMin
                 TRESUsageInMinNode  TRESUsageInMinTask  TRESUsageInTot      TRESUsageOutAve
                 TRESUsageOutMax     TRESUsageOutMaxNode TRESUsageOutMaxTask TRESUsageOutMin
                 TRESUsageOutMinNode TRESUsageOutMinTask TRESUsageOutTot     UID
                 User                UserCPU             WCKey               WCKeyID
                 WorkDir

                 NOTE: When using with Ave[RSS|VM]Size or their values in
                 TRESUsageIn[Ave|Tot].  They represent the average/total of the highest
                 watermarks over all ranks in the step.  When using sstat they represent the
                 average/total at the moment the command was ran.

                 NOTE: TRESUsage*Min* values represent the lowest highwater mark in the step.

                 The section titled "Job Accounting Fields" describes these fields.

       -E end_time, --endtime=end_time

                 Select eligible jobs in any state before the  specified  time.   If  states  are
                 given  with the -s option return jobs in this state before this period.  See the
                 DEFAULT TIME WINDOW for more details.

                 Valid time formats are...

                 HH:MM[:SS] [AM|PM]
                 MMDD[YY] or MM/DD[/YY] or MM.DD[.YY]
                 MM/DD[/YY]-HH:MM[:SS]
                 YYYY-MM-DD[THH:MM[:SS]]

       --federation
                 Show jobs from the federation if a member of one.

       -f file,  --file=file
                 Causes the sacct command to read job accounting data from the named file instead
                 of  the  current Slurm job accounting log file. Only applicable when running the
                 filetxt plugin.

       -g gid_list, --gid=gid_list --group=group_list
                 Displays the statistics only for the jobs started with  the  GID  or  the  GROUP
                 specified  by  the gid_list or thegroup_list operand, which is a comma-separated
                 list.  Space characters are not allowed.  Default is no restrictions..

       -h, --help
                 Displays a general help message.

       -i, --nnodes=N
                 Return jobs which ran on this many nodes (N = min[-max])

       -j job(.step) ,  --jobs=job(.step)
                 Displays information about the specified job(.step) or list of job(.step)s.

                 The job(.step) parameter is a comma-separated list of  jobs.   Space  characters
                 are  not  permitted  in  this list.  NOTE: A step id of 'batch' will display the
                 information about the batch step.  The batch step information is only  available
                 after  the  batch  job is complete unlike regular steps which are available when
                 they start.

                 The default is to display information on all jobs.  See the DEFAULT TIME  WINDOW
                 for details about how this option changes the default -S and -E options.

       -k, --timelimit-min
                 Only  send data about jobs with this timelimit.  If used with timelimit_max this
                 will be the minimum timelimit of the range.  Default is no restriction.

       -K, --timelimit-max
                 Ignored by itself, but  if  timelimit_min  is  set  this  will  be  the  maximum
                 timelimit of the range.  Default is no restriction.

       --local   Show  only  jobs local to this cluster. Ignore other clusters in this federation
                 (if any). Overrides --federation.

       -l, --long
                 Equivalent to specifying:

                 --format=jobid,jobname,partition,maxvmsize,maxvmsizenode,maxvmsizetask,
                 avevmsize,maxrss,maxrssnode,maxrsstask,averss,maxpages,maxpagesnode,
                 maxpagestask,avepages,mincpu,mincpunode,mincputask,avecpu,ntasks,
                 alloccpus,elapsed,state,exitcode,maxdiskread,maxdiskreadnode,maxdiskreadtask,
                 avediskread,maxdiskwrite,maxdiskwritenode,maxdiskwritetask,avediskwrite,
                 allocgres,reqgres,avecpufreq,reqcpufreqmin,reqcpufreqmax,reqcpufreqgov,
                 tresusageinmax,tresusageinmaxn,tresusageinmaxt,tresusageoutmax,tresusageoutmaxn,
                 tresusageoutmaxt,tresusageoutave,tresusageinave

       -L, --allclusters
                 Display  jobs ran on all clusters. By default, only jobs ran on the cluster from
                 where sacct is called are displayed.

       -M cluster_list, --clusters=cluster_list
                 Displays the statistics only for the jobs started on the clusters  specified  by
                 the  cluster_list  operand,  which is a comma-separated list of clusters.  Space
                 characters are not allowed in the cluster_list.  A value of 'all' will query  to
                 run on all clusters.  The default is current cluster you are executing the sacct
                 command on or all clusters in  the  federation  when  executed  on  a  federated
                 cluster.  This option implicitly sets the --local option.

       -n, --noheader
                 No  heading  will  be  added  to  the output. The default action is to display a
                 header.

       --noconvert
                 Don't convert units from their original type (e.g. 2048M won't be  converted  to
                 2G).

       -N node_list, --nodelist=node_list
                 Display  jobs  that  ran  on  any  of  these node(s).  node_list can be a ranged
                 string.

       --name=jobname_list
                 Display jobs that have any of these name(s).

       -o, --format
                 Comma separated list of fields. (use "--helpformat"  for  a  list  of  available
                 fields).

                 NOTE:  When  using  the  format  option for listing various fields you can put a
                 %NUMBER afterwards to specify how many characters should be printed.

                 e.g. format=name%30 will print 30 characters of field name right  justified.   A
                 %-30 will print 30 characters left justified.

                 When  set,  the  SACCT_FORMAT  environment  variable  will  override the default
                 format.  For example:

                 SACCT_FORMAT="jobid,user,account,cluster"

       -p, --parsable
                 output will be '|' delimited with a '|' at the end

       -P, --parsable2
                 output will be '|' delimited without a '|' at the end

       -q, --qos Only send data about jobs using these qos.  Default is all.

       -r, --partition

                 Comma separated list of partitions to  select  jobs  and  job  steps  from.  The
                 default is all partitions.

       -s state_list , --state=state_list
                 Selects  jobs  based  on  their  state  during  the  time  period given.  Unless
                 otherwise specified, the start and end time will be the current  time  when  the
                 --state option is specified and only currently running jobs can be displayed.  A
                 start and/or end time must be specified  to  view  information  about  jobs  not
                 currently  running.   See  the JOB STATE CODES section below for a list of state
                 designators.  Multiple state names may  be  specified  using  comma  separators.
                 Either  the  short  or  long  form  of  the  state  name may be used (e.g. CA or
                 CANCELLED) and the name is case insensitive (e.g. ca and CA both work).

                 NOTE: Note for a  job  to  be  selected  in  the  PENDING  state  it  must  have
                 "EligibleTime"  in  the requested time interval or different from "Unknown". The
                 "EligibleTime" is displayed by the "scontrol show  job"  command.   For  example
                 jobs submitted with the "--hold" option will have "EligibleTime=Unknown" as they
                 are pending indefinitely.

                 NOTE: When specifying states and no start time is given the default  start  time
                 is  'now'.  This is only when -j is not used.  If -j is used the start time will
                 default to 'Epoch'.  In both cases if no end time is given it  will  default  to
                 'now'. See the DEFAULT TIME WINDOW for more details.

       -S, --starttime
                 Select  eligible jobs in any state after the specified time. Default is 00:00:00
                 of the current day, unless the '-s' or '-j' options are used. If the '-s' option
                 is  used,  then  the  default is 'now'. If states are given with the '-s' option
                 then only jobs in this state at this time will be returned. If the  '-j'  option
                 is  used, then the default time is Unix Epoch 0. See the DEFAULT TIME WINDOW for
                 more details.

                 Valid time formats are...

                 HH:MM[:SS] [AM|PM]
                 MMDD[YY] or MM/DD[/YY] or MM.DD[.YY]
                 MM/DD[/YY]-HH:MM[:SS]
                 YYYY-MM-DD[THH:MM[:SS]]

       -T, --truncate
                 Truncate time.  So if a job started before --starttime the start time  would  be
                 truncated to --starttime.  The same for end time and --endtime.

       -u uid_list, --uid=uid_list, --user=user_list
                 Use  this  comma separated list of uids or user names to select jobs to display.
                 By default, the running user's uid is used.

       --units=[KMGTP]
                 Display values in specified unit type. Takes precedence over --noconvert option.

       --usage   Display a command usage summary.

       -v, --verbose
                 Primarily for debugging purposes, report the state of various  variables  during
                 processing.

       -V, --version
                 Print version.

       --whole-hetjob=[yes|no]
                 When  querying  heterogeneous  jobs,  Slurm by default retrieves the information
                 about all the components of the job if the pack_job_id (leader) is selected.  If
                 a  non-leader  hetjob  component is selected only that component is retrieved by
                 default. This behavior can be changed by using this option. If set to  'yes'  or
                 no  value is set, then information about all the components will be retrieved no
                 matter which component is selected in the job filter. Otherwise, if set to  'no'
                 then  only the selected hetjob components will be retrieved, even when selecting
                 the leader.

       -W wckey_list, --wckeys=wckey_list
                 Displays the statistics only for the jobs started on the wckeys specified by the
                 wckey_list  operand,  which  is  a  comma-separated  list of wckey names.  Space
                 characters are not allowed in the wckey_list. Default is all wckeys.

       -x associd_list, --associations=assoc_list
                 Displays the statistics only for the jobs  running  under  the  association  ids
                 specified  by  the  assoc_list  operand,  which  is  a  comma-separated  list of
                 association ids.  Space characters are not allowed in the assoc_list. Default is
                 all associations.

       -X, --allocations
                 Only  show  statistics  relevant  to the job allocation itself, not taking steps
                 into consideration.

   Job Accounting Fields
       The following describes each job accounting field:

              ALL       Print all fields listed below.

              AllocCPUs Count of allocated CPUs. Equivalent to NCPUS.

              AllocGRES Names and counts of generic resources allocated.

              AllocNodes
                        Number of nodes allocated to the job/step.  0 if the job is pending.

              AllocTres Trackable resources. These are the resources allocated  to  the  job/step
                        after  the  job  started running.  For pending jobs this should be blank.
                        For more details see AccountingStorageTRES in slurm.conf.

              Account   Account the job ran under.

              AssocID   Reference to the association of user, account and cluster.

              AveCPU    Average (system + user) CPU time of all tasks in job.

              AveCPUFreq
                        Average weighted CPU frequency of all tasks in job, in kHz.

              AveDiskRead
                        Average number of bytes read by all tasks in job.

              AveDiskWrite
                        Average number of bytes written by all tasks in job.

              AvePages  Average number of page faults of all tasks in job.

              AveRSS    Average resident set size of all tasks in job.

              AveVMSize Average Virtual Memory size of all tasks in job.

              Cluster   Cluster name.

              Comment   The job's comment string when the AccountingStoreJobComment parameter  in
                        the  slurm.conf file is set (or defaults) to YES.  The Comment string can
                        be  modified  by  invoking  sacctmgr  modify  job  or   the   specialized
                        sjobexitmod command.

              ConsumedEnergy
                        Total energy consumed by all tasks in job, in joules.  Note: Only in case
                        of exclusive job allocation this value reflects  the  jobs'  real  energy
                        consumption.

              CPUTime   Formatted (Elapsed time * CPU) count used by a job or step.

              CPUTimeRAW
                        Unlike  above non formatted (Elapsed time * CPU) count for a job or step.
                        Units are cpu-seconds.

              DerivedExitCode
                        The highest exit code returned by the job's job steps (srun invocations).
                        Following the colon is the signal that caused the process to terminate if
                        it was terminated by a signal.  The DerivedExitCode can  be  modified  by
                        invoking sacctmgr modify job or the specialized sjobexitmod command.

              Elapsed   The jobs elapsed time.

                        The format of this fields output is as follows:
                        [DD-[HH:]]MM:SS

                        as defined by the following:

                        DD        days

                        hh        hours

                        mm        minutes

                        ss        seconds

              Eligible  When the job became eligible to run.

              End       Termination  time  of  the  job.  Format  output is, YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS,
                        unless changed through the SLURM_TIME_FORMAT environment variable.

              ExitCode  The exit code returned by the job script or salloc, typically as  set  by
                        the  exit()  function.  Following the colon is the signal that caused the
                        process to terminate if it was terminated by a signal.

              GID       The group identifier of the user who ran the job.

              Group     The group name of the user who ran the job.

              JobID     The number of the job or job step.  It is in the form: job.jobstep.

              JobIDRaw  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.

              JobName   The name of the job or job step. The slurm_accounting.log file is a space
                        delimited file. Because of this if a space is  used  in  the  jobname  an
                        underscore  is  substituted for the space before the record is written to
                        the accounting file. So when  the  jobname  is  displayed  by  sacct  the
                        jobname  that  had  a space in it will now have an underscore in place of
                        the space.

              Layout    What the layout of a step was when it was running.  This can be  used  to
                        give you an idea of which node ran which rank in your job.

              MaxDiskRead
                        Maximum number of bytes read by all tasks in job.

              MaxDiskReadNode
                        The node on which the maxdiskread occurred.

              MaxDiskReadTask
                        The task ID where the maxdiskread occurred.

              MaxDiskWrite
                        Maximum number of bytes written by all tasks in job.

              MaxDiskWriteNode
                        The node on which the maxdiskwrite occurred.

              MaxDiskWriteTask
                        The task ID where the maxdiskwrite occurred.

              MaxPages  Maximum number of page faults of all tasks in job.

              MaxPagesNode
                        The node on which the maxpages occurred.

              MaxPagesTask
                        The task ID where the maxpages occurred.

              MaxRSS    Maximum resident set size of all tasks in job.

              MaxRSSNode
                        The node on which the maxrss occurred.

              MaxRSSTask
                        The task ID where the maxrss occurred.

              MaxVMSize Maximum Virtual Memory size of all tasks in job.

              MaxVMSizeNode
                        The node on which the maxvmsize occurred.

              MaxVMSizeTask
                        The task ID where the maxvmsize occurred.

              MinCPU    Minimum (system + user) CPU time of all tasks in job.

              MinCPUNode
                        The node on which the mincpu occurred.

              MinCPUTask
                        The task ID where the mincpu occurred.

              NCPUS     Count of allocated CPUs. Equivalent to AllocCPUS

                        Total number of CPUs allocated to the job.

              NodeList  List of nodes in job/step.

              NNodes    Number  of  nodes  in a job or step.  If the job is running, or ran, this
                        count will be the number allocated, else the number will  be  the  number
                        requested.

              NTasks    Total number of tasks in a job or step.

              Priority  Slurm priority.

              Partition Identifies the partition on which the job ran.

              QOS       Name of Quality of Service.

              QOSRAW    Id of Quality of Service.

              ReqCPUFreq
                        Requested  CPU  frequency for the step, in kHz.  Note: This value applies
                        only to a job step. No value is reported for the job.

              ReqCPUS   Required CPUs.

              ReqGRES   Names and counts of generic resources requested.

              ReqMem    Minimum required memory for the job, in MB. A 'c' at the  end  of  number
                        represents  Memory Per CPU, a 'n' represents Memory Per Node.  Note: This
                        value is only from the job allocation, not the step.

              ReqNodes  Requested minimum Node count for the job/step.

              ReqTres   Trackable resources. These are the minimum resource counts  requested  by
                        the    job/step    at    submission   time.    For   more   details   see
                        AccountingStorageTRES in slurm.conf.

              Reservation
                        Reservation Name.

              ReservationId
                        Reservation Id.

              Reserved  How much wall clock time was used as reserved time for this job.  This is
                        derived  from  how  long  a job was waiting from eligible time to when it
                        actually started.

              ResvCPU   Formatted time for how long (cpu secs) a job was reserved for.

              ResvCPURAW
                        Reserved CPUs in second format, not formatted.

              Start     Initiation time of the job in the same format as End.

              State     Displays the job status, or state.  See the JOB STATE CODES section below
                        for a list of possible states.

                        If  more information is available on the job state than will fit into the
                        current field width (for example, the uid that CANCELLED a job) the state
                        will  be  followed  by a "+".  You can increase the size of the displayed
                        state using the "%NUMBER" format modifier described earlier.

                        NOTE: The RUNNING state will return suspended jobs as well.  In order  to
                        print  suspended jobs you must request SUSPENDED at a different call from
                        RUNNING.

                        NOTE: The RUNNING state will return  any  jobs  completed  (cancelled  or
                        otherwise)  in  the  time  period  requested  as the job was also RUNNING
                        durning that time.  If you are only looking for job that finished  please
                        choose the appropriate state(s) without the RUNNING state.

              Submit    The   time  and  date  stamp  (in  localtime) the job was submitted.  The
                        format of the output is identical to that of the End field.

                        NOTE: If a job is requeued, the submit time  is  reset.   To  obtain  the
                        original  submit time it is necessary to use the -D or --duplicate option
                        to display all duplicate entries for a job.

              Suspended How long the job was suspended for.

              SystemCPU The amount of system CPU time used by the job or job step.  The format of
                        the output is identical to that of the Elapsed field.

                        NOTE:  SystemCPU provides a measure of the task's parent process and does
                        not include CPU time of child processes.

              Timelimit What the timelimit was/is for the job.

              TimelimitRaw
                        What the timelimit was/is for the job, not formatted.

              TotalCPU  The sum of the SystemCPU and UserCPU time used by the job  or  job  step.
                        The  total CPU time of the job may exceed the job's elapsed time for jobs
                        that include multiple job steps.  The format of the output  is  identical
                        to that of the Elapsed field.

                        NOTE:  TotalCPU  provides a measure of the task's parent process and does
                        not include CPU time of child processes.

              TresUsageInAve
                        Tres average usage in by  all  tasks  in  job.   NOTE:  If  corresponding
                        TresUsageInMaxTask is -1 the metric is node centric instead of task.

              TresUsageInMax
                        Tres  maximum  usage  in  by  all  tasks  in job.  NOTE: If corresponding
                        TresUsageInMaxTask is -1 the metric is node centric instead of task.

              TresUsageInMaxNode
                        Node for which each maximum TRES usage out occurred.

              TresUsageInMaxTask
                        Task for which each maximum TRES usage out occurred.

              TresUsageOutAve
                        Tres average usage out by all  tasks  in  job.   NOTE:  If  corresponding
                        TresUsageOutMaxTask is -1 the metric is node centric instead of task.

              TresUsageOutMax
                        Tres  maximum  usage  out  by  all  tasks in job.  NOTE: If corresponding
                        TresUsageOutMaxTask is -1 the metric is node centric instead of task.

              TresUsageOutMaxNode
                        Node for which each maximum TRES usage out occurred.

              TresUsageOutMaxTask
                        Task for which each maximum TRES usage out occurred.

              UID       The user identifier of the user who ran the job.

              User      The user name of the user who ran the job.

              UserCPU   The amount of user CPU time used by the job or job step.  The  format  of
                        the output is identical to that of the Elapsed field.

                        NOTE:  UserCPU  provides  a measure of the task's parent process and does
                        not include CPU time of child processes.

              WCKey     Workload   Characterization   Key.    Arbitrary   string   for   grouping
                        orthogonal accounts together.

              WCKeyID   Reference to the wckey.

JOB STATE CODES

       BF  BOOT_FAIL       Job  terminated  due  to  launch  failure, typically due to a hardware
                           failure (e.g. unable to boot the node or block and the job can not  be
                           requeued).

       CA  CANCELLED       Job was explicitly cancelled by the user or system administrator.  The
                           job may or may not have been initiated.

       CD  COMPLETED       Job has terminated all processes on all nodes with  an  exit  code  of
                           zero.

       DL  DEADLINE        Job terminated on deadline.

       F   FAILED          Job terminated with non-zero exit code or other failure condition.

       NF  NODE_FAIL       Job terminated due to failure of one or more allocated nodes.

       OOM OUT_OF_MEMORY   Job experienced out of memory error.

       PD  PENDING         Job is awaiting resource allocation.

       PR  PREEMPTED       Job terminated due to preemption.

       R   RUNNING         Job currently has an allocation.

       RQ  REQUEUED        Job was requeued.

       RS  RESIZING        Job is about to change size.

       RV  REVOKED         Sibling  was  removed  from  cluster due to other cluster starting the
                           job.

       S   SUSPENDED       Job has an allocation, but execution has been suspended and CPUs  have
                           been released for other jobs.

       TO  TIMEOUT         Job terminated upon reaching its time limit.

DEFAULT TIME WINDOW

       The  options --starttime and --endtime define the time window in between sacct is going to
       search. For historical and practical reasons their default values (i.e. the  default  time
       window) depends on ohter options: --jobs and --state.

       Depending  on  if  --jobs  and/or --state are specified, the default values of --starttime
       and --endtime options are:

       WITHOUT EITHER --jobs NOR --state specified:

              --starttime
                     Defaults to Midnight.

              --endtime
                     Defaults to Now.

       WITH --jobs AND WITHOUT --state specified:

              --starttime
                     Dfaults to Epoch 0.

              --endtime
                     Defaults to Now.

       WITHOUT --jobs AND WITH --state specified:

              ---starttime
                     Defaults to Now.

              ---endtime
                     Defaults to --starttime and to Now if --starttime is not specified.

       WITH BOTH --jobs AND --state specified:

              --starttime
                     Defaults to Epoch 0.

              --endtime
                     Defaults to --starttime or to Now if --starttime is not specified.

       NOTE: With -v/--verbose a message about the actual time window in use is shown.

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES

       Some sacct options may be set via  environment  variables.  These  environment  variables,
       along  with their corresponding options, are listed below. (Note: Commandline options will
       always override these settings.)

       SACCT_FEDERATION    Same as --federation

       SACCT_LOCAL         Same as --local

       SLURM_CONF          The location of the Slurm configuration file.

       SLURM_TIME_FORMAT   Specify the format used to report time stamps. A  value  of  standard,
                           the     default     value,    generates    output    in    the    form
                           "year-month-dateThour:minute:second".  A  value  of  relative  returns
                           only  "hour:minute:second" if the current day.  For other dates in the
                           current  year  it  prints  the  "hour:minute"  preceded  by   "Tomorr"
                           (tomorrow),  "Ystday"  (yesterday), the name of the day for the coming
                           week (e.g. "Mon", "Tue", etc.), otherwise the date  (e.g.  "25  Apr").
                           For  other years it returns a date month and year without a time (e.g.
                           "6 Jun 2012"). All of the time stamps use a 24 hour format.

                           A valid strftime() format can also be specified. For example, a  value
                           of "%a %T" will report the day of the week and a time stamp (e.g. "Mon
                           12:34:56").

EXAMPLES

       This example illustrates the default invocation of the sacct command:

              # sacct
              Jobid      Jobname    Partition    Account AllocCPUS State     ExitCode
              ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- --------
              2          script01   srun       acct1               1 RUNNING           0
              3          script02   srun       acct1               1 RUNNING           0
              4          endscript  srun       acct1               1 RUNNING           0
              4.0                   srun       acct1               1 COMPLETED         0

       This example shows the same job accounting information with the brief option.

              # sacct --brief
                   Jobid     State  ExitCode
              ---------- ---------- --------
              2          RUNNING           0
              3          RUNNING           0
              4          RUNNING           0
              4.0        COMPLETED         0

              # sacct --allocations
              Jobid      Jobname    Partition Account    AllocCPUS  State     ExitCode
              ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ------- ---------- --------
              3          sja_init   andy       acct1            1 COMPLETED         0
              4          sjaload    andy       acct1            2 COMPLETED         0
              5          sja_scr1   andy       acct1            1 COMPLETED         0
              6          sja_scr2   andy       acct1           18 COMPLETED         2
              7          sja_scr3   andy       acct1           18 COMPLETED         0
              8          sja_scr5   andy       acct1            2 COMPLETED         0
              9          sja_scr7   andy       acct1           90 COMPLETED         1
              10         endscript  andy       acct1          186 COMPLETED         0

       This example demonstrates the ability to customize the output of the sacct  command.   The
       fields are displayed in the order designated on the command line.

              # sacct --format=jobid,elapsed,ncpus,ntasks,state
                   Jobid    Elapsed      Ncpus   Ntasks     State
              ---------- ---------- ---------- -------- ----------
              3            00:01:30          2        1 COMPLETED
              3.0          00:01:30          2        1 COMPLETED
              4            00:00:00          2        2 COMPLETED
              4.0          00:00:01          2        2 COMPLETED
              5            00:01:23          2        1 COMPLETED
              5.0          00:01:31          2        1 COMPLETED

       This  example  demonstrates  the  use  of  the  -T  (--truncate)  option when used with -S
       (--starttime) and -E (--endtime). When the -T option is used, the start time  of  the  job
       will be the specified -S value if the job was started before the specified time, otherwise
       the time will be the job's start time. The end time will be the specified -E option if the
       job ends after the specified time, otherwise it will be the jobs end time.

       NOTE:  If  no  -s  (--state)  option  is given sacct will display jobs that ran during the
       specified time, otherwise it returns jobs that were in the  state  requested  during  that
       period of time.

       Without -T (normal operation) sacct output would be like this.

              # sacct -S2014-07-03-11:40 -E2014-07-03-12:00 -X -ojobid,start,end,state
                  JobID                 Start                  End        State
              --------- --------------------- -------------------- ------------
              2         2014-07-03T11:33:16   2014-07-03T11:59:01   COMPLETED
              3         2014-07-03T11:35:21   Unknown               RUNNING
              4         2014-07-03T11:35:21   2014-07-03T11:45:21   COMPLETED
              5         2014-07-03T11:41:01   Unknown               RUNNING

       By  adding  the  -T option the job's start and end times are truncated to reflect only the
       time requested.  If a job started after the start time requested or  finished  before  the
       end  time requested those times are not altered.  The -T option is useful when determining
       exact run times during any given period.

              # sacct -T -S2014-07-03-11:40 -E2014-07-03-12:00 -X -ojobid,jobname,user,start,end,state
                  JobID                 Start                  End        State
              --------- --------------------- -------------------- ------------
              2         2014-07-03T11:40:00   2014-07-03T11:59:01   COMPLETED
              3         2014-07-03T11:40:00   2014-07-03T12:00:00   RUNNING
              4         2014-07-03T11:40:00   2014-07-03T11:45:21   COMPLETED
              5         2014-07-03T11:41:01   2014-07-03T12:00:00   RUNNING

COPYING

       Copyright (C) 2005-2007 Copyright Hewlett-Packard Development Company L.P.
       Copyright (C) 2008-2010  Lawrence  Livermore  National  Security.   Produced  at  Lawrence
       Livermore National Laboratory (cf, DISCLAIMER).
       Copyright (C) 2010-2014 SchedMD LLC.

       This   file   is  part  of  Slurm,  a  resource  management  program.   For  details,  see
       <https://slurm.schedmd.com/>.

       Slurm is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the  terms  of  the
       GNU  General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2
       of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

       Slurm is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without
       even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
       GNU General Public License for more details.

FILES

       /etc/slurm.conf
                 Entries to this file enable job accounting and designate the job accounting  log
                 file that collects system job accounting.

       /var/log/slurm_accounting.log
                 The  default  job accounting log file.  By default, this file is set to read and
                 write permission for root only.

SEE ALSO

       sstat(1), ps (1), srun(1), squeue(1), getrusage (2), time (2)