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This wiki is the main documentation source for information about the ALICE cluster. ALICE (Academic Leiden Interdisciplinary Cluster Environment) is the research computing facility of the partnership Leiden University and Leiden University Medical Center. It is available to any researcher from both partners. In this wiki, we will introduce the ALICE cluster in detail. We assume you know your way around in a terminal session and that you will use the cluster in a responsible, fair way and respect the available resources. Remember that a cluster runs many different processes submitted by many different users. If you are not sure what you are doing, ask your administrator before submitting very intensive jobs.
 
This wiki is the main documentation source for information about the ALICE cluster. ALICE (Academic Leiden Interdisciplinary Cluster Environment) is the research computing facility of the partnership Leiden University and Leiden University Medical Center. It is available to any researcher from both partners. In this wiki, we will introduce the ALICE cluster in detail. We assume you know your way around in a terminal session and that you will use the cluster in a responsible, fair way and respect the available resources. Remember that a cluster runs many different processes submitted by many different users. If you are not sure what you are doing, ask your administrator before submitting very intensive jobs.
 
 
===Research Acknowledgement===
 
 
Use of the ALICE cluster must be acknowledged in any and all publications.
 
Acknowledging ALICE: "This work utilized the ALICE supercomputer, which is supported by a joint effort of the Leiden University and Leiden University Medical Center."
 

Revision as of 15:45, 2 March 2020

This wiki is the main documentation source for information about the ALICE cluster. ALICE (Academic Leiden Interdisciplinary Cluster Environment) is the research computing facility of the partnership Leiden University and Leiden University Medical Center. It is available to any researcher from both partners. In this wiki, we will introduce the ALICE cluster in detail. We assume you know your way around in a terminal session and that you will use the cluster in a responsible, fair way and respect the available resources. Remember that a cluster runs many different processes submitted by many different users. If you are not sure what you are doing, ask your administrator before submitting very intensive jobs.