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CNBC Support Charges CNBC Computing Facilities is a 100% recharge center; we charge yearly fees to recover the costs of providing these services. Service rendered...
Cluster Nodes All of the nodes on the cluster have hyper threading disabled. This means that each core can only work on one thread at a time. Things to consider...
DSI Studio This software is installed on the cluster. The DSI Studio project website is: http://dsi studio.labsolver.org/Home The software is: Developed by Fang Cheng...
SLURM Scheduler The Cluster`s GPU Nodes are initially going to use the SLURM Scheduler. Cluster users should expect PBS Scheduler to be replaced with SLURM on all...
The CNBC at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) maintains its own computer facilities that provide faculty, staff and students with support, access to state of the art...
Data Management The cluster has various volumes and you need to be familiar with them in order to manage your files. Summary 1 /home/ username each cluster user...
FreeSurfer FreeSurfer Software Suite (http://freesurfer.net/) is an open source software suite for processing and analyzing MRI images. Documentation for FreeSurfer...
Matlab Matlab is a numerical computing and programming environment with a broad range of functionality (matrix manipulation, numerical linear algebra, general purpose...
PBS Batch Job Scheduler What is PBS? The Portable Batch System, is software that performs job scheduling. Its main task is to allocate computational resources to the...
CNBC Cubify 3D Printer CNBC Computing has a Cubify Cube (2nd Generation) 3D printer available for use by the CNBC community. You can go to the following site to watch...
Psycho Cluster Policies It is the responsibility of each member of the CNBC to be familiar with Carnegie Mellon University policies and guidelines. In addition to...
Printing at CNBC MI The procedure for CNBC printer problems is to inform CNBC Computing Administrator ( in person or via email) that the printer is not working....
Python Python is installed on the cluster for users. There are many packages that extend Python...
Information on Logging into the Cluster Cluster User Accounts Lab members of labs that pay for Cluster Access and Support are qualified to use the CNBC Cluster. In...
Lens Software A sample PBS submit script can be found below. There are a few parts. Firstly, you will need to set the following environment variables in your .bashrc...
Light Efficient Network Simulator (LENS) Software Lens is an multiplatform, efficient and flexible, neural network simulator able to handle large, complex simulations...
Maintaining Connections Screen To start screen, type screen at the command prompt. Your original session will be detached and you will be brought to a new window...
Monitoring Nodes Ganglia The Ganglia monitoring system interface is located at http://psych o.hpc1.cs.cmu.edu/ganglia/ This monitoring system maintains a real time...
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