- Reduce the memory requirement of the application - which may mean reducing the problem size, but may also mean checking for the possibility of memory leaks if you are developing your own code; or
- Increase the memory available to the application by reducing the number of tasks within a node. On Magnus jobs are allocated a whole node.
- In the case of Zeus, explicitly request for more memory for each per task or thread, using the directive "
#SBATCH --mem-per-cpu=10G" (10 GB in this example). This is best used with the
--cpus-per-taskoption for full control.
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