Maximum walltime the job can run. After this time has expired, the job will be stopped.
Memory that is allocated per core for the job. If you exceed this memory limit, your job will be stopped.
Specify the real memory required per node in MegaBytes. If you exceed this limit, your job will be stopped. Note that for you should ask for less memory than each node actually has. For instance, Tusker has 1TB, 512GB and 256GB of RAM per node. You may only request 1000GB of RAM for the 1TB node, 500GB of RAM for the 512GB nodes, and 250GB of RAM for the 256GB nodes. For Crane, the max is 62500GB.5GB.
The name of the job. Will be reported in the job listing.
The partition the job should run in. Partitions determine the job's priority and on what nodes the partition can run on. See Available Partitions on Sandhills, and Available Partitions on Crane and Tusker for a list of possible partitions.
Location of the stderr will be written for the job.
[username]should be replaced your group name and username. Your username can be retrieved with the command
id -unand your group with
Location of the stdout will be written for the job.