CoEPP RC
 

BoRG Research Computing

The CoEPP Research Computing team and The Brightest of Reionizing Galaxies HST/WFC3 survey team have formed a collaboration to provide HPC computing resources to researchers who are focused on finding rare and bright galaxy candidates at redshift z~8-10.

Test Bed Resources

The following infrastructure has been configured for a proof of concept setup to ensure synergies exist between the RC team's services and the needs of the BoRG team.

Systems

NOTE: all systems are only available via research and university networks (ie AARNET and the equivalent in other countries). You will have to get onto one of these networks before being able to ssh into the login server

Login Node

Hostname jet120.coepp.org.au
Role Login/Interactive Node
Hardware IBM dx360M2
RAM 96GiB RAM
Processor 2 x [4 Core Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU X5550@2.67GHz]
O/S Scientific Linux 6.7

Worker Nodes

Hostname jet116.coepp.org.au - jet117.coepp.org.au
Role 4 x Batch Worker Nodes
Hardware IBM dx360M2
RAM 96GiB RAM
Processor 2 x [4 Core Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU X5550@2.67GHz]
O/S Scientific Linux 6.7

Storage Node

Hostname jet115.coepp.org.au
Role NFS /home directory server
Hardware IBM dx360M2
HDD 183 GiB
partition /home/

Access

Please arrange your access to these resources through Michael Trenti (michele.trenti@unimelb.edu.au).

Password Resets

Passwords can be changed with the CoEPP account management interface: https://admin.coepp.org.au (Research Network access only)

Software

Most of our specialised software is distributed via CVMFS (an http storage protocol with local caching). Information and working examples can be found here:

Batch System

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