Although Slurm interprets units as KiB, MiB, and GiB in the background, O2 users must use K, M, or G as valid units for the memory (--mem) argument. KB, MB, or GB are other alternative units.
There is a limit on the total CPU-hours that can be reserved by a single lab at any given time. This limit was introduced to prevent a single lab from locking down a large portion of the cluster for extended periods of time. This limit will become active only if multiple users in the same lab are allocating a large portion of the O2 cluster resources. This can for example happen if few users have thousands of multi-day or hundreds of multi-week running jobs. When this limit becomes active the remaining pending jobs will display the message AssocGrpCPURunMinute.
Note: The "gpu" partition has additional limits that might trigger the above message, for more details about the "gpu" partition please refer to the "Using O2 GPU resources" wiki page