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eNewsletter - November 2015

Consolidating Condor into Slurm

As of today, over 229,300 jobs have successfully run in the Slurm scheduler.  Given the stability and flexibility of the new scheduler, we are consolidating the Condor system into the Slurm.  This means that jobs you previously submitted to Condor, you will now submit to a HPC partition named Condor.
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We are Hiring a Systems Administrator!

Are you familiar with Linux Systems Administration?  Looking to make an impact at a major research university?  Want to be part of a great, project-oriented department with flexible work conditions?
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RCCTool available on Login Nodes

You can now see information about partitions, nodes, and your account from the CLI using a new tool we've released: rcctool.  For example, to see which partitions you have access to, run rcctool my:partitions.
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Partner Resources
If you have an account with RCC, you can get access to outside resources through our partner organizations (XSEDE, Globus, and Open Science Grid).
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HPC Cheat Sheet

Need a quick, handy reference when using the HPC? We've created a printable cheat-sheet. Download and Print »

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