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One idea I have to find out how long my slurm job is taking is to use

squeue --job <myid>

How do I find out how long my job took to complete though once the job is complete?

  • I cannot actually create a slurm tag because my rep is not high enough, but is how I would have tagged it had I the ability to – demongolem Nov 2 '14 at 0:22
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Use the sacct command:

sacct -l -j <myid>

and look for the 'elapsed' column

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    +1, but more information here. The output of -l didn't fit in my window, so a minimal output is sacct --format="Elapsed" -j <myid>. – Sparhawk Jun 6 '16 at 2:46
  • This is the best solution yet – Jinhua Wang Dec 19 '19 at 11:46
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sacct -j <myid> --format=Elapsed

is a very succinct way to show this (Thanks to Sparhawk & damienfrancois for these suggestions, I thought I'd suggest this as a full answer).

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