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Welcome to HPC Wiki started by the ProPE Project.
 
Welcome to HPC Wiki started by the ProPE Project.
  
This website is currently work-in-progress and aims to provide a site independant HPC documentation.
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This website is currently work-in-progress and aims to provide a *site independant* HPC documentation.
  
 
On the left you can see the different target groups and some of the respective material. All site specific information please only into the site-specifics section, while keeping everything else generally applicable.
 
On the left you can see the different target groups and some of the respective material. All site specific information please only into the site-specifics section, while keeping everything else generally applicable.

Revision as of 11:00, 15 January 2019

Welcome to HPC Wiki started by the ProPE Project.

This website is currently work-in-progress and aims to provide a *site independant* HPC documentation.

On the left you can see the different target groups and some of the respective material. All site specific information please only into the site-specifics section, while keeping everything else generally applicable.


Categories

Getting_Started is a basic guide for first-time users. It covers a wide range of topics from access and login to system-independant concepts of Unix systems to data transfers.

FAQs

In Progress

Create pages with help of the Sample Page and Wiki FAQ


Basics/HPC-User: make, cmake, Ssh_keys, compiler, Modules, vi/vim, screen/tmux, ssh python/pip, scp, rsync, git, shell, chmod, tar, sh-file, NUMA


HPC-Dev: Load_Balancing, PE-Process, correctness checking

HPC-Programs: Measurement tools, Likwid, Vampir, Score-P, MUST


HPC-Pages: Software, Access, Site-specific_documentation, measurement-tools, likwid

ToDo

cmake, include chain jobs in the sheduling articles, Load_Balancing braucht ein Bild, weniger Theorie und mehr Praxis, OpenMP, MPI, Basics Benchmarking, scaling tests, Resource planning, Tickettool