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Introduction to HPC
 
Introduction to HPC
Getting an HPC Account
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Getting an ALICE account
 
Connecting to the HPC infrastructure
 
Connecting to the HPC infrastructure
 
Running batch jobs
 
Running batch jobs
 
Running interactive jobs
 
Running interactive jobs
 
Running jobs with input/output data
 
Running jobs with input/output data
Multi core jobs/Parallel Computing
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Multicore jobs/Parallel Computing
Troubleshooting
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[[Troubleshooting]]
HPC Policies
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ALICE policies
 
Frequently Asked Questions
 
Frequently Asked Questions
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==[[Windows-Advanced guide]]==
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Fine-tuning Job Specifications
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Multi-job submission
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Compiling and testing your software on the HPC
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Checkpointing
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Program examples
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Job script examples
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Best Practices
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Graphical applications with VNC
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Graphical applications with X2Go
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HPC-UGent GPGPU cluster
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==[[Software-specific Best Practices]]==
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MATLAB
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OpenFOAM
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Mympirun
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Singularity
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SCOOP
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Easybuild
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Hanythingondemand (HOD)
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SLURM options
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Useful Linux Commands

Revision as of 12:25, 14 April 2020

Windows-Getting started

Introduction to HPC Getting an ALICE account Connecting to the HPC infrastructure Running batch jobs Running interactive jobs Running jobs with input/output data Multicore jobs/Parallel Computing Troubleshooting ALICE policies Frequently Asked Questions

Windows-Advanced guide

Fine-tuning Job Specifications Multi-job submission Compiling and testing your software on the HPC Checkpointing Program examples Job script examples Best Practices Graphical applications with VNC Graphical applications with X2Go HPC-UGent GPGPU cluster

Software-specific Best Practices

MATLAB OpenFOAM Mympirun Singularity SCOOP Easybuild Hanythingondemand (HOD)

SLURM options Useful Linux Commands