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The Engineering Cloud Cluster
EIT has set up a common cluster, for use by all researchers at the school. This service is expected to change and adapt as more people begin using it.
At the moment we enforce no resource sharing or limits - please be courteous of other users, and try to split up your computations so they take no more than a day. A user that continually allocates all of the Cloud's resources may end up having themselves limited, and as the services grows we may allocate resource scheduling to ensure fair access.
If you have a specific or emergency need for a large amount of computing resources, please contact EIT and we'll help arrange reservations to the best of the cluster's ability. Do note that depending on usage, jobs submitted may not run immediately, and this is normal and expected.
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- First Time Cloud Users
- Submitting Cloud Jobs
- Requesting CPU Types and Resources
- Grid Engine Supplied Job Variables
- Cloud SSH Key Login
- Monitoring Cloud Jobs
- Software on the Cloud
- Interactive Jobs on the Cloud
- Misc. Matlab notes
- Misc. Fluent notes
- Misc. COMSOL notes
- Misc. Abaqus notes
- MPICH2 Jobs on the Cloud
- OpenMPI Jobs on the Cloud
- Sharing and Accessing Files on the Cloud
- configuring X11 forwarding and Cygwin
- Using SEAS FTP server
- Common SGE Errors
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Other Engineering Clusters
In most cases, clusters in the Engineering School have a a common setup, or look-and-feel. Please see the Engineering Cluster Template for more information. If you are a user of one of these clusters, and would like to add to the documentation here, please email EIT Support and ask for a Cluster Wiki account.