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Maximum number of nodes a student may use in the student_short queue: 

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Queues have two values regarding how long a job may run: a default and a maximum. The default is used when a user does not specify how long to run the job, called walltime (more about this in a moment). The maximum is exactly that: regardless of how much time a user requests, a job is permitted to run no longer than the maximum. The maximums (per queue) are shown in the output of the qstat -q command (the walltime column):

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A job may not run and will queue (wait) if the requested resources are unavailable or if the request exceeds a defined limit for the user or for the queue. The qstat command tells you if the job is running, where it is running, and for how long. It will also tell you if the job is not running. 

Sample output #1:

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There are two environments, each with its own define variables, available to you: your shell environment variables, and torque environmental variables.

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There are two areas on Argo where you create and store files: your home directory and your scratch directory.

The PC concept of a folder is the same as a directory in UNIX/Linux. It is a location in which you may save files as well as create additional directories, called subdirectories; files may be created in the subdirectories as well. Each night the files in your home space are backed up to:

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