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Welcome to the HPC Wiki the source for site-independent High Performance Computing Information.

<<-- On the left hand there are different target groups with their respective material.

Target Groups

- Basics

- HPC-User

- HPC-Developer

- HPC-Admin


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. All articles in the Basics Section are written for inexperienced users and explain concepts in an easy-to-understand way.

Similar articles in the Users and Developer Section are planned, but not yet finished.

Look into the FAQs to see tips and instructions on How-to-Contribute to this wiki.

Upcoming HPC Events (Source: HPC Calendar of the Gauss-Alliance)


General: How-to-Contribute

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

HPC-Dev: Load_Balancing, Performance Engineering, correctness checking

Performance Tools: measurement tools, Likwid, Vampir, Score-P

Debugging and Correctness Tools: MUST, Compiler Sanitizers, Totalview

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