High Performance Computing and the Duke Compute Cluster


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The Duke Compute Cluster (DCC) is a general purpose, high performance, Linux computing cluster with software used for a broad array of scientific projects. The DCC is made up of machines that the University has provided for community use and researchers have purchased to conduct their research. This workshop will provide Duke University researchers with a brief overview of Research Computing resources including the Duke Compute Cluster. The majority of the session will be a hands on tutorial using the Duke Compute Cluster: running interactive and batch jobs, using slurm job arrays, running multi-cre and parallel jobs, and specifying job dependencies. There is time at the end for questions and help on existing jobs.

Please note: students attending this class should already have access to the DCC. For more information on the DCC, including how to obtain access, visit: rc.duke.edu This course will be online via Zoom, link will be provided to registrants the day before the session.

Meeting URL: https://duke.zoom.us/j/98304356730?pwd=T2U1SFYzMEJhOVZRLzM4dzFQU2JDZz09&from=addon

Meeting ID: 983 0435 6730
Passcode: 021514



Status Open
Date Tuesday, July 6th, 2021
Time 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Location Online
Leader Tom Milledge
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