The Linux Computing Cluster is a group of Linux servers setup for the purpose of running computationally intensive jobs. These systems have multiple processors, each with multiple cores, and large amounts of memory (RAM) to accommodate large jobs. The servers also are equipped with resource management and scheduling software so that resources are used optimally and shared fairly.
Listed below are several ASK Library & IT articles to help you get started in using the cluster. Should you need any help in using the cluster, please email email@example.com.
How do I begin using the Linux Computing Cluster?
How do I submit a job to the Linux Computing Cluster?
How many jobs can I submit at one time?
How do I check the status of a job I submitted to the Linux Computing Cluster?
How do I cancel/delete a job I submitted to the Linux Computing Cluster?
Is there scratch space I can use on the Linux Computing Cluster?
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