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topyou will only be able to see what's running on the node you're connected to, but not on other nodes. This is why the latest version of ipyrad now prints out explicitly how many cores it's found across how many host nodes. If you running all on one node, however, then you should be able to see it run just as if it were run locally. Step 3 is parallelized a bit differently from step2, and it could be that some of the steps have finished while others have not, and so that's why you see only 2 cores running. It's hard to know for sure without more details though.