Singularity (https://sylabs.io/singularity/) enables users to have full control of their environment. Singularity containers can be used to package entire scientific workflows, software and libraries, and even data. This means that you don’t have to ask your cluster admin to install anything for you, you can put it in a Singularity container and run. Did you […]
1. Create a directory “R_libs” in your home and then export to your BASH environment. # mkdir /home/[your_user_id]/R_libs # cd /home/[your_user_id]/R_libs # export R_LIBS=”/home/[your_user_id]/R_libs” 2. Include the R module of Jade # module add gcc/4.9.3 # module add bzip2/1.0.6/gcc/4.9.3 # module add pcre/8.39/gcc/4.9.3 # module add zlib/1.2.8/gcc/4.9.3 # module add xz/5.2.2/gcc/4.9.3 # module add libcurl/7.49.1/gcc/4.9.3 […]
ICTO encourages to contribute your resources to enlarge the capacity and performance of HPC Cluster. You can consider to purchase your own servers or GPU accelerators according to the specification defined by ICTO and then join HPC Cluster. In addition, although ICTO will provide start-up storage space for each user, some users may require larger […]
The purpose of building the HPC Cluster is to provide good assistance to the increasing numbers of academic researches that require intensive computational resources. Interested academic staff can contact us for details and apply for an account on HPC Cluster. For research purpose, they can also apply accounts for their students and research fellows. For […]
HPC Cluster runs under the control of a queue management system which is SLURM (Simple Linux Utility for Resource Management). SLURM is similar to most other queue systems. You write a batch script and submit it to the queue manager. The queue manager then schedules your job to run on the designated queue (called PARTITION in […]
In order to use the installed software, it is necessary to configure the relating environment variables for compilers and libraries so that searching paths are correct, corresponding libraries can be linked up, license servers can be connected, etc. To make it easier for you to select and switch between different software packages, ‘Environment Modules’ (modules.sourceforge.net) […]
You may also refer to the output of the following command to get the most updated information. ‘module whichis’ Please refer the table here a rough overview of the available software.
You can connect to HPC Cluster by SSH client with the following information. Coral: SSH (login-0-0): Host: login0.coral.um.edu.mo Port: 22 Web (login-0-1): If you need to use GUI interface, please go to: https://login1.coral.um.edu.mo:4443/nxwebplayer