So that looks good and leads me to think there might be something going on with the python file. The container/job look good. As a next step I would create a bash file called
run.sh that looks like:
echo "Starting logging"
python main.py -epochs 10 -save_model paperspace_model -train_data data.txt -cuda
and then start your job by calling
paperspace jobs create --container floydhub/pytorch:0.3.1-gpu.cuda9cudnn7-py3.27 --machineType P5000 --command 'bash run.sh'
As a sidenote, you have to make sure the run.sh file has Unix File ending (in the off chance you are running your jobs from a Windows machine).
Let me know what that reports. If you see something log, then I would start looking in to the python program itself and adding debug statements to see where it is getting stuck