Getting Started on KillDevil
Description: Table of Contents Introduction System Information Getting an Account Logging In 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 more than 9600 […]
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Description: Hardware Dell blade-based Linux Cluster Largely focused on parallel and GPGPU computing Machine Name: Two Login Nodes 604 Compute Nodes: 48GB RAM 68 Compute Nodes: 96GB RAM 2 Compute Nodes: 1TB RAM 32 GPU compute nodes with 64 Nvidia Tesla GPU cards Access to 15TB NetApp NAS RAID array used for scratch mounted as […]
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MSI/Accelrys Token Values for Cerius2 Modules
Description: This table lists in detail how many tokens a Cerius2 module will use when invoked. For example, a batch job using DMol3 module for solid state requires 4 tokens, whereas to run NMR Felix modules needs 9 tokens. To know how many tokens a user is using, type the command “lmstat -f MSI_TokenR” at the […]
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Where can I find NWChem software?
Description: Where can I find NWChem software? NWChem is a comprehensive mass-parallel computational chemistry package available on both the KillDevil cluster. More about NWChem Research Computing home page    
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Research Computing: Getting Started
Description: Overview ITS Research Computing offers a number of computing resources for researchers at UNC-Chapel Hill. Among these are an 8000 core Linux cluster (KillDevil); a 6,496 cores Linux cluster (Longleaf). If you are new to Linux, this document will be helpful when starting out on any of the above research computing servers Linux: Getting Started. […]
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