Globus Connect file transfer
Description: Globus and GridFTP Globus augments in secure copy (scp/sftp) requests by automating reliable large data transfers, by resuming failed transfers, encrypts transfers and by simplifying the implementation of high-performance transfers between computing centers. The UNC Globus Connnect endpoint is called “UNC, Research Computing, Datamover” endpoint (also called uncch#unc-rc-dm endpoint). Accessible filesystems include but not limited […]
» Subjects: Computational, Data Storage, Mass Storage, Research Computing, UNIX and Linux » Tags: CILogon, datamover, file transfer, globus, globus connect, gridftp, InCommon
Getting Started with Globus Connect
Description: Below are the individual steps with example screenshots regarding the setup of your Globus login account, accessing our UNC Globus endpoint named “UNC, Research Computing, Datamover” or uncch#unc-rc-dm. There is an optional installation and configuration of your personal Globus Connect endpoint client. Globus addresses deficiencies in secure copy requests by automating large data transfers, by […]
» Subjects: Mass Storage, Research Computing, Scientific Applications » Tags: CILogon, datamover, file transfer, FTP, globus, globus connect, gridftp, InCommon
Installing SAS 9.4 on Windows
Description: This document provides instructions for installing the Windows version of SAS 9.4 on 7 and 8. This installation may take an hour or more. This document is written based on installing SAS 9.4 on Windows 7 64-bit version. In this installation only the SAS Foundation was chosen to be installed. If you choose to install […]
» Subjects: Research Computing, SAS, Software, Software Acquisition » Tags: sas, SAS 9.4
Getting Started on KillDevil
Description: Table of Contents Introduction System Information Getting an Account Logging In Cluster Usage Charges Directory Spaces Mass Storage Development and Application environment Applications available Software Development Tools Compiling Job Submission Transferring Files Using Tar to Archive FAQs Additional Help Introduction The KillDevil cluster is a Linux-based computing system available to researchers across the campus. With […]
» Subjects: Computational, Math and Stat Applications, Research Computing, SAS, Scientific Applications, UNIX and Linux » Tags: cluster, high performance computing, killdevil, research computing
Setting up CCI printing on Linux
Description: Table of Contents Introduction Software Requirements Installing CCI_Printing Introduction This document walks you through the process of installing the CCI_Printing queue to enable printing from your Linux machine to any of the CCI printing stations located on campus. (Note: The residence hall locations are restricted to the residents of those buildings.) In most cases, your […]
» Subjects: Computer Labs, Educational Technology, Printing, Software, UNIX and Linux
Research Computing’s Non-Sensitive Research Data FTP Site for non-onyen Collaborators
Description: This document describes Research Computing's non-sensitive data ftp site.
» Subjects: Research Computing » Tags: data transfer, FTP, non-sensitive data
Snapshots as a Backup for Research Computing NAS Filesystems
Description: This document provides a basic overview of snapshots, which is the mechanism in place for backing up files and directories in the NAS filesystems.
» Subjects: Research Computing » Tags: accidental deletion, backup, file recovery, NAS, research computing, snapshot
What software is available for use on KillDevil?
Description: What software is available for use on KillDevil? A list of available mathematical and statistical software supported by Research Computing group is available from the Mathematical and Statistical Applications page. In addition to those packages, many other software packages and tools provided in our AFS package space can be used on KillDevil. Available packages are […]
» Subjects: Math and Stat Applications, Research Computing » Tags: killdevil, statistical computing