This is the eNewsletter - February 2017
View this email in your browser

eNewsletter - February 2017

HPC Nodes Damaged During Hermine Replaced

When Hurricane Hermine ripped through Tallahassee last September, the RCC data center and 76 HPC compute nodes were damaged.  We are happy to report that all damaged nodes have been replaced, and the replacements are online and processing jobs.
Read more »

GPU Coding without CUDA? Come Learn about OpenACC

Join us for a free workshop on Wednesday, March 8, to learn about OpenACC.  We will introduce the basics of OpenACC and discuss how to convert existing C or Fortran code to run on GPUs, Xeon PHI cards, and other platforms.
Read more »

HPC Cheat Sheet

Who says cheat sheets are bad?  We've created an HPC Cheat Sheet for you to print out and decorate your workspace.  Or, send us a message on Twitter or email us at, and we'll send you an 11x17 copy of the cheat sheet through campus mail.
See it »

Try the RCCTool

We've released a new tool on the HPC login nodes to make it easy to see your account information and which partitions and nodes you can access.  Use the rcctool command to access information and settings previously available only upon request, and watch for more features to be added to this command in the future.
Learn more »

We'll send another newsletter in April 2017.  In the meantime, you can keep track of what's going on at the RCC at or by following us on Twitter @fsurcc.

Copyright © 2017 Research Computing Center, All rights reserved.

Want to change how you receive these emails?
You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list