|Partition||Rate Per Minute||Rate Per Month||CPU Cores||Memory Unit||GPU Unit|
The monthly rate is based on a 30-day month; per-minute rates are included for reference. Charges are based on the percentage of the machine your job requests (in terms of the amount of cores, memory, and GPUs), and its actual runtime.
ARC is working on providing a command-line script to calculate job charges to assist you in cost estimation.
The College of Engineering and the Medical School will cost-share 44% of the Great Lakes Cluster rates for sponsored research accounts for researchers in these units who are paying to use the Great Lakes Cluster on unit Shortcodes.
The College of Literature, Science, & the Arts (LSA) is pleased to announce a cost-share increase for the rest of the 2021-2022 fiscal year from 44% to 80% of the Great Lakes Cluster rates for research accounts for researchers in College units paying for their use of the Great Lakes Cluster on unit Shortcodes. NOTE: This cost-sharing is in place temporarily while a cost-sharing strategy for LSA is devised. Questions should be directed to Luke Tracy (firstname.lastname@example.org), Manager of Research Computing Services, LSA. LSA researchers who do not have access to any other account may be eligible to use the accounts provided centrally by LSA. The usage policy and restrictions on these accounts is described in detail on the LSA’s public Great Lakes accounts page. Questions about access or use of these accounts should be sent to email@example.com.
See the LSA funding page for information on funding courses at the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.
The School of Public Health will cost-share 44% of the Great Lakes Cluster rates for sponsored research accounts for researchers in these units who are paying for their use of Great Lakes Cluster on unit Shortcodes. NOTE: The SPH cost-sharing is limited to a finite budget. Therefore, SPH faculty and staff must check with the Assistant Dean for Finance to verify if/how much cost-sharing is available.
Getting a Slurm Account
- Students to be put on the account
- Shortcode to be used for billing
- List of individuals to administer the account
Any limits to be placed on the either the users or the account as a whole
Please note: courses are currently free of charge through the end of winter term 2020. All students will need to have a user login to use the account. Use the Login Request form to get an account.
Example jobs and their charges¹
To help illustrate how the job charges work, here are some examples of differently-sized jobs.
|Partition||Total CPU Cores Used||Total Memory Used||Total GPUs Used||Cost Per Minute|
¹ The charges above have been rounded for readability.
If you have questions, please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.