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Commit 0460912d authored by Xuqian Yan's avatar Xuqian Yan
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Updated the resource usage suggestion for Euler

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##### Experience with resource usage #####
**(1) 8-day time resolution with convergence criterium 2 percent**
**(1) [For final run] 2-day time resolution with convergence criterium 0.1 percent**
For this, change line
For this, set `tpRes = 2;` and `limDifference = 0.001` in run\_Nexuse.m. The following command works fine.
`tpRes = 2;`
`bsub -n 36 -R "model==XeonGold_6150" -R "rusage[mem=5180]" -W "350:00" matlab -r run_Nexuse`
in run\_Nexuse.m to
**(2) [For quick test] 8-day time resolution with convergence criterium 10 percent**
`tpRes = 8;`
For this, set `tpRes = 2;` and `limDifference = 0.001` in run\_Nexuse.m. The following command works fine.
and make sure that limDifference is set to 0.02 in line
`bsub -n 36 -R "rusage[mem=2180]" -W "15:00" matlab -r run_Nexuse`
`limDifference = 0.02; % Convergence limit (0.02 coresponds to 2% difference in demand)`.
**(3) 8-day time resolution with convergence criterium 2 percent**
When running Nexus-e with a 8-day time resolution and energy-econonmic convergence criterion 0.02, the command
For this, set `tpRes = 8;` iand `limDifference = 0.02` in run\_Nexuse.m. The following command works fine.
`bsub -n 36 -R "rusage[mem=2180]" -W "30:00" matlab -r run_Nexuse`
works fine.
**(4) 8-day time resolution with convergence criterium 0.1 percent**
**(2) 8-day time resolution with convergence criterium 0.1 percent**
For this, set `tpRes = 8;` and `limDifference = 0.001` in run\_Nexuse.m. The following command works fine. (This is still being tested as of October 22 2020).
As above, but set `limDifference = 0.001` in run\_Nexuse.m and give Euler more time for solving:
`bsub -n 36 -R "rusage[mem=2180]" -W "60:00" matlab -r run_Nexuse`
`bsub -n 36 -R "rusage[mem=2180]" -W "60:00" matlab -r run_Nexuse`. (This is still being tested as of October 22 2020).
**(5) [For benchmark] Run the benchmark script bench_Nexuse.m**
**(3) Run the benchmark script bench_Nexuse.m**
As instructed in the [setup](setup.html#id3) procedure, you sometimes need to run the script `bench_Nexuse.m` to (re-)calibrate GemEl. This script runs rather quickly because it doesn't run the entire energy-economic loop and has a low time resolution. The command
As instructed in the [setup](setup.html#id3) procedure, you sometimes need to run the script `bench_Nexuse.m` to (re-)calibrate GemEl. This script runs rather quickly because it doesn't run the entire energy-economic loop and has a low time resolution. The following command works fine.
`bsub -n 36 -W "2:00" matlab -r bench_Nexuse`
works fine.
##### Finding your way around output on Euler #####
After you issue a batch job through `bsub`, Euler will respond by telling you what the jobID is.
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