This site provides details of IT-supported hardware and software environments, instructions and tutorials on their use, and their organizational and administrative structure for the IT Research Computing community clusters. These community clusters are supported by the IT HPC Team.
To view all of the specific system information for active clusters including individual nodes and system status, see UD IT HPC.
The table below lists community clusters currently in service and supported by the IT HPC Team. The cluster documentation pages will have system information, a getting started guide, and specific documentation for that cluster. Visit the cluster specification pages for specific cluster configuration information.
|Specifications||Cluster Documentation||Processor||Available for Purchase||Stakeholders|
|Mills||Mills||12-core 2.4 GHz AMD 6234 (“Interlagos”)||Closed||List|
|Farber||Farber||10-core 2.5 GHz Intel E5-2670 v2 (“Ivy Bridge”)||Closed||List|
Given a Gaussian input file,
H2O.com, the user need not write a job script but can issue the following command:
qsub -jc gaussian.single -N water -- H2O.com
A job will be submitted that when executed uses the default version of Gaussian (e.g. g09d01) on a single processor with the H2O.com input file. To use a full node for the job, only the job class needs to be modified:
qsub -jc gaussian.larger -N water -- H2O.com H2O-20C.log
This wiki includes several types of instructional documentation.
If you are experiencing a problem on one of the UD HPC community clusters, or you just can't find the help you need on this wiki, then submit a Research Computing Help Request specifying
High-Performance Computing and choose the appropriate cluster for the problem details.
hpc-ask is a Google group established to stimulate interactions within UD’s broader HPC community and is based on members helping members. This is a great venue to post a question, start a discussion or share an upcoming event with the community. Anyone may request membership. Messages are sent as a daily summary to all group members. This list is archived, public, and searchable by anyone.
HPC templates are available to use for a proposal or publication to acknowledge use of or describe UD’s Information Technologies HPC resources.