To see all jobs on Charlie (running and queued), use the qstat -a command (/opt/pbs/bin/qstat). It will generate a table with the job id, name, user, and resource requests (nodes, cpus/tsk, memory, time).
Add as last argument to keep each job to one line (used with -n and -s)
Show additional information, including requested resources
-f <job id>
Show full information about job
Limit status information to job arrays.
Show node that job is running on (if used with -a, use -nafter-a)
Show percentage complete instead of time used column (cannot be used with -a)
Show all queues and the total requested resources for all jobs in each queue (do not use with other options)
Show job start time, node, cpus, and memory for running jobs. Use with -1 to display output on one line per job
Show status information for jobs, job arrays, and sub‐ jobs
Show estimated start time instead of elapsed time
Show jobs for a specific user
Use wider fields (up to 8 characters wide instead of 4)
Show status information for finished and moved jobs
The status column uses one letter to represent the status of a job. Use the table below to as a reference.
Exiting after having run
Suspended (contact admin to resume)
Waiting for submitter-assigned start time to be reached
Completed execution or has been deleted
# Show job status and requested resources
# In addition to qstat -a output, shows which node a job is running on
# Show all queues and the total requested resources for all jobs in each queue