You can connect by SSH to Turing node which were assigned to one of your jobs so that you can monitor the execution of your calculations with tools such as
nvidia-smi (for example).
When one of your jobs is running, the compute nodes assigned to it are visible with the command
squeue -j <job_id> or
squeue -u $USER :
$ squeue -u $USER JOBID PARTITION NAME USER ST TIME NODES NODELIST(REASON) 2042259 gpus my_job my_login R 01:42 12 turing01
In this example, job #
2042259 is running on turing01. You can connect via
ssh with the following command:
$ ssh turing01
Note that you will be automatically disconnected from the node when your job is finished.
If you try to connect to a node on which none of your jobs is running, you will obtain the following error message:
[randria@login02 ~]$ ssh turing01 Access denied: user randria (uid=1014) has no active jobs. Connection closed by 172.30.0.54