Research and Cluster Computing at SDSU. Summer, 2014 Division of Technology and Security University Networking and Research Computing (UNRC) [email protected] About UNRC. Some information is available at http://wiki.sdstate.edu/User:UNRC/UNRC (not all is up-to-date).
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Research and Cluster Computingat SDSU
Division of Technology and Security
University Networking and Research Computing (UNRC)
Some information is available athttp://wiki.sdstate.edu/User:UNRC/UNRC(not all is up-to-date).
Mailing list [email protected]
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People—implementation Admin Building Rms. 119/117
Brian Moore x4679, SAD 117 [email protected]
user support, research computing, applications
Alan Carter x5395, SAD 119 [email protected]
sysadmin SMP systems, SAS support
Bryan Riegerx5799, SAD 117 [email protected]
sysadmin cluster, ANSYS, COMSOL support
Mike Adelaine VP of Technology & Security
Kevin Brandt Manager of UNRC
Ryan KnutsenAssistant VP, Security
Three nodes for interactive use:
bigjack—for submission to nodes via Moab/PBS scheduler
flapjack—general interactive use and GPU development/compile
All three interactive nodes share same credentials and storage.
~5 min; make a few attempts; Connect to SDSUFacStaff wireless
[For wireless laptop general connection issues, you can bring laptop to Support Desk, 131 Admin. Building (SAD), or call 688-6776, or email [email protected] ]
In your terminal program (PuTTY, Mac Terminal) first connect to
flapjack (or bigjack.jacks.local). General use/GPU
Server account/login/password questions on cluster systems: contact me or Bryan Rieger, x5799 [email protected]
DEC VAX 11/780 circa mid 1980s