Short Link: http://go.unl.edu/hcc2013
Wick Alumni Center, Dana Board Room (google maps)
The morning sessions will be interactive – attendees should bring a laptop if at all possible! The first sessions will be primarily planned tutorial format, while the “Open Lab” will involve more individualized help of those in attendance as desired.
|9 - 10am||Getting started at HCC||HCC 101 (Linux Primer, Job submission) (Quick Start Guides)|
|10 - 11am||Job management||Creating and deploying parallel jobs at HCC, OSG (Submitting Jobs)|
|11 - 11:45am||HCC Open Lab||Presentations and help from HCC staff|
|12 – 1pm||LUNCH lecture with UNIT||Carl Lundstedt: How Big Data Allows Us to Investigate the Smallest Things|
|1:15 – 2pm||New User Spotlight – Steve Kolbe, Theatre|
Media Arts Film Rendering @ HCC
|2 - 3pm||State of HCC; Crane Announcement|
Getting started at HCC (9-10am)
Job Management (10-11am)
Join us for the job management section from 10-11 am where we will be covering:
- End to End MPI example. Including how to transfer source code and compile an MPI application on Tusker.
- Compiling and submitting multi-thread and OpenMP applications.
- Using scheduler features such as Arrays and Dependencies.
- Debugging on Tusker by using interactive submission.