However, if there is no empty slot, the job will be listed in a pending (PD) state. You can view it by using the command
squeue. The output column ST stands for state. A running job is displayed with a state R. The Compute node where the job is running on is shown in the last column.
[user@pollux]$ squeue JOBID PARTITION NAME USER ST TIME NODES NODELIST(REASON) 1587 chalawan_ task2 goku PD 0:00 1 (Priority) 1585 chalawan_ task1 user PD 0:00 1 (Resources) 1584 chalawan_ task0 vegeta R 3:21:49 1 pollux3
To remove a running job or a pending job from the queue, please use the command
scancel followed by the job id.
To cancel all your jobs (running and pending) you can run
scancel -u <username>.
sacct displays accounting data for all jobs and job steps in the Slurm job accounting log or Slurm database.