All submissions are working normally.
Example 2. On the other hand, let’s say you want to submit the same four jobs to run for 168 hours. The application assumes that they will run for the full 168 hours until they complete. In this example, each job you launch would reserve 14,122 core hours in your account. Your total allocation for the year is 30,000 core hours. So the application will allow you to submit the first three jobs, bringing you to a potential consumption of 42,336 core hours. The value 42,336 will appear as the amount of cpu hours consumed in your task page. When you try to submit the fourth job, the application will present an error message, saying you have reached your limit.If all three jobs you submitted end after 1 hour, the value displayed in the task page will decrease to 252 cpu hours (1 hour x 84 cores x 3 jobs) the actual amount charged. At that time, you would be able to submit the fourth job.
CIPRES – Cyberinfrastructure for Phylogenetic Research