Question: toil-cwl-runner on slurm: toil.batchSystems.singleMachine maxMemory limit?
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12 months ago by
alanh80
alanh80 wrote:

I've written a CWL that I know works on the Arvados CWL runner on our SLURM cluster with Docker.

I'm trying to run it using the toil-cwl-runner on the same SLURM cluster using singularity 2.5.x.

I've created a virtualenv and ran pip install toil[cwl] and it appears to have installed.

I'm trying to kick off a workflow using the following command lines on our SLURM cluster's login node, which is a two core VM with 8 GB of RAM

export TOIL_SLURM_ARGS='--partition allnodes' ;
toil-cwl-runner --jobStore ~/tmp/toil-test --singularity --batchSystem Slurm dnaseq.cwl dnaseq-test.yml

Almost instantly, this warns me:

WARNING:toil.batchSystems.singleMachine:Limiting maxMemory to physically available memory (8201486336).

How do I change the maxMemory as this is way below what I need? The CWL requests more memory in many of the jobs, so this is coming from Toil, not CWL.

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ADD COMMENTlink modified 12 months ago by Michael R. Crusoe1.8k • written 12 months ago by alanh80
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12 months ago by
Common Workflow Language project
Michael R. Crusoe1.8k wrote:

Hello alanh,

Toil should be querying the Slurm system for the maximum amount of memory available on a single node. If that is wrong, then that is a toil bug → https://github.com/DataBiosphere/toil/issues/

In the mean time, you may find the following option to toil-cwl-runner to be usrful:

  --maxMemory INT       The maximum amount of memory to request from the batch
                        system at any one time. Standard suffixes like K, Ki,
                        M, Mi, G or Gi are supported. Default is 8.0 Ei
ADD COMMENTlink written 12 months ago by Michael R. Crusoe1.8k
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