Clusters (Resources)
Clusters are collections of resources - compute, storage, and the registry. When you sign-up on Neu.ro, it provides you access to our public cluster default. You can create new clusters, but this requires additional access. For more information, contact [email protected].
You can use one cluster at a time and switch between clusters. This tutorial will helps you understand how you can manage resources.

How can I view information about my current cluster?

Each cluster comes with its own storage, registry, and resource presets.
You can view information about your current cluster both in the CLI and in the Web UI:
CLI
Web UI
You can use the neuro config show command to view the current cluster's name, API URL, docker registry URL, and the list of presets available for this cluster.
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$ neuro config show
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User Configuration:
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User Name john-doe
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Current Cluster default
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API URL https://staging.neu.ro/api/v1
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Docker Registry URL https://registry.default.org.neu.ro
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Resource Presets:
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Name #CPU Memory Preemptible Preemptible Node GPU Jobs Avail
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────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────
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cpu-small 1 4.0G × × 49
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cpu-medium 3 11.0G × × 14
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cpu-large 7 26.0G × × 6
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gpu-k80-small 5 48.0G × × 1 x nvidia-tesla-k80 26
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gpu-k80-small-p 5.0 48.0G √ √ 1 x nvidia-tesla-k80 30
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gpu-v100-small 5 95.0G × × 1 x nvidia-tesla-v100 10
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gpu-v100-small-p 5.0 95.0G √ √ 1 x nvidia-tesla-v100 10
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You can view the current cluster's name, the list of available presets, as well as your role on this cluster on the Information tab:

How can I view all my clusters and switch my current cluster?

You can view the list of available clusters and switch between them both in the CLI and in the Web UI:
CLI
Web UI
You can use the neuro config get-clusters command to view the list of clusters that you have access to and information about them.
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$ neuro config get-clusters
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Fetch the list of available clusters...
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Available clusters:
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* Name: neuro-public
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Presets:
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Name #CPU Memory Preemptible GPU
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cpu-small 1 2.0G No
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cpu-large 7 28.0G No
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gpu-small 3 57.0G No 1 x nvidia-tesla-k80
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gpu-small-p 3 57.0G Yes 1 x nvidia-tesla-k80
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gpu-large 7 57.0G No 1 x nvidia-tesla-v100
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gpu-large-p 7 57.0G Yes 1 x nvidia-tesla-v100
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Name: onprem
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Presets:
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Name #CPU Memory Preemptible GPU
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cpu-small 1 4.0G No
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cpu-large 4 10.0G No
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gpu-small 23 60.0G No 1 x nvidia-geforce-rtx-2080ti
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gpu-large 46 120.0G No 2 x nvidia-geforce-rtx-2080ti
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You can switch between clusters by using the neuro config switch-cluster command. When you run the command, you are prompted to enter the name of the cluster you want to switch to. The current cluster is switched after you provide the name.
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$ neuro config switch-cluster
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Fetch the list of available clusters...
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Available clusters:
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* Name: default
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Resource Presets:
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Name #CPU Memory Preemptible Preemptible Node GPU
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───────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────
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cpu-small 1 4.0G × ×
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cpu-medium 3 11.0G × ×
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cpu-large 7 26.0G × ×
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gpu-k80-small 5 48.0G × × 1 x nvidia-tesla-k80
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gpu-k80-small-p 5.0 48.0G √ √ 1 x nvidia-tesla-k80
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gpu-v100-small 5 95.0G × × 1 x nvidia-tesla-v100
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gpu-v100-small-p 5.0 95.0G √ √ 1 x nvidia-tesla-v100
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Name: onprem-poc
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Resource Presets:
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Name #CPU Memory Preemptible Preemptible Node GPU
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─────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────
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cpu-nano 0.2 1.0G × ×
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cpu-small 1 4.0G × ×
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cpu-large 4 10.0G × ×
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gpu-small 23 60.0G × × 1 x nvidia-geforce-rtx-2080ti
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gpu-large 47 120.0G × × 2 x nvidia-geforce-rtx-2080ti
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gpu-1x3090 23.0 60.0G × × 1 x nvidia-geforce-rtx-3090
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gpu-2x3090 47.0 120.0G × × 2 x nvidia-geforce-rtx-3090
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Select cluster to switch [default]: onprem-poc
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The current cluster is onprem-poc
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Use the Cluster drop-down list to view available clusters and switch between them:

How can I view my computation quota?

You are assigned a computation quota of 100 credits when you sign up to Neu.ro. This quota is used whenever you run a job.
You can view the remaining computation quota on your Web UI dashboard.
You can also use the neuro config show-quota command to view the amount of computation quota left.

How can I request for more computation quota?

You can top up your computation quota by clicking the TOP UP NOW button on the Web UI dashboard.
You can also write to [email protected] to learn about latest discounts and promotions, and then request the top up.

How can I create a new cluster?

Neu.ro lets you create new clusters for better management and orchestration of resources. However, you must remember that the new cluster would require more computation quota. Before you create a cluster, you must decide on the presets, storage, and registry that you want to assign for this cluster. You can create a cluster by writing to us at [email protected].
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