It's been a few years since I ran a slurm cluster, but
squeue should give you what you want. Try:
squeue --nodelist 92512 -o "%A %j %C %J"
(that should give your jobid, jobname, cpus, and threads for your jobs on node 92512)
BTW, unless you specifically only want details from one particular node, you might be better off searching by job id rather than node id.
There are a lot of good sites with documentation on using slurm available on the web, easily found via google - most universities etc running an HPC cluster write their own docs and help and "cheat-sheets", customised to the details of their specific cluster(s) (so take that into account and adapt any examples to YOUR cluster). There's also good generic documentation on using
slurm at https://slurm.schedmd.com/documentation.html