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EHPCC Membership and Usage Policy (pdf)

EHPCC Membership and Usage Policy (doc)


HPC news in 2018:

3 Days Workshop in
May by WestGrid

free Register now

Training Event: May 16-18, 2018  WestGrid is coming to UNBC

Free Workshop: Introductions to Research Computing Skills & Tools

WestGrid is hosting a series of workshops that will provide hands-on introductions to:

• high performance computing (HPC)

• scientific visualization with ParaView

• programming with Python

• parallel programming with Chapel

You can attend single sessions or the entire series. All disciplines are welcome to attend.


Dell intel Xeon E5-2690 Cluster - rocks.unbc.ca

A new Linux cluster by Dell that uses the latest intel Xeon E5-2690 processors with 176 total compute cores with 2GB memory per core and infiniband QDR interconnects between the 10 computer nodes. ...

Operating System - Rocks 6.


Dell PowerEdge C6320 - a Linux server

The Dell PowerEdge C6320 server includes 4 independent server nodes and each node has 20 cores and 128 GB of memory.

Operating System - Scientific Linux 6.5

Node's hostnames:

fraser-05.unbc.ca
fraser-06.unbc.ca
fraser-07.unbc.ca
fraser-08.unbc.ca

Dell Precision Tower 7810 - bowron.hpc.unbc.ca

The Linux workstaion has 16 cores and 126 GB of memory.

Operating System - Scientific Linux 6.7


Windows Terminal Server - pg-hpc-ts-02.unbc.ca

Dell intel Xeon E5-2450, 16 cores.

Operating System - Windows 7 Service Pack 1

Mount /hpc File System

Mount /hpc File System

Under windows:

Simply right click on "My Computer" and select "Map Network Drive"", and then choose \\hpcfs.unbc.ca\User-ID replacing User-ID with your uni login User-id.

On a linux machine, just do:

mount -t cifs //hpcfs.unbc.ca/User-ID /mnt/home -o username=User-id,domain=uni

replacing User-ID with your uni login User-id.

SGE Script File

An Example of SGE Script

#!/bin/bash

#$ -pe mvapich 8
#$ -o test.out
#$ -e test.err
#$ -q all.q
#$ -V

#$ -cwd

/act/mpich/gnu/bin/mpirun -np 8 -machinefile $TMPDIR/machines ./cpi.exe


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