Getting started example: SLURM on Longleaf
Description: This guide will provide you with enough basic information to run straight-forward jobs on Longleaf. Please use the table of contents to access more detailed information, or email research@unc.edu with questions.   Log in to longleaf.unc.edu Log into longleaf.unc.edu using UNC credentials (UNC onyen and onyen password). ssh <onyen>@longleaf.unc.edu If you are using Linux or […]
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Research Computing Resources and Services (Boilerplate)
Description: (A downloadable PDF is here: Research_Computing_Resources_and_Services_for_Researchers_20170307) UNC-Chapel Hill recognizes that computational resources are an important part of research endeavors, and that research varies with respect to its data and processing demands, and also with respect to the need to compute, modify theories/codes, re-compute, etc..  UNC-Chapel Hill is also committed to providing a base computational resource […]
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Longleaf and Pine
Description: Longleaf is a new compute cluster designed for memory and I/O intensive, loosely coupled workloads with an emphasis on aggregate job throughput over individual job performance. In particular workloads consisting of a large quantity of jobs each requiring a single compute host are best suited to Longleaf. Pine is the purpose-built filesystem for high-throughput and […]
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Longleaf Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Description: How do I get an account on Longleaf (or Killdevil)? Why are you using SLURM rather than LSF (like we are accustomed to)? What are the details of the new filesystem location(s)? Why aren’t `/netscr` nor `/lustre` present on Longleaf? What is the queue structure on Longleaf? How do I transfer data between Research Computing […]
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