eNewsletter - October 2016
Hurricane Hermine Aftermath
The RCC has mostly recovered from damage inflicted by Hurricane Hermine. The one remaining item is replacing the 2015 HPC compute nodes, which we are working to finish up.
Read our detailed postmortem »
Free Globus and Linux Workshops
There are two interactive workshops coming up this month. Join us Wednesday, October 12, for a free workshop on our data transfer tool, Globus. Globus is a great way to reliably transfer data to and from remote systems. Also coming up is a two-part interactive Introduction to Linux workshop.
View and register for events »
New RCC Website
We recently released a new website that makes it easier to access new online documentation, account settings, and general information about the RCC.
Check it out »
Our applications team just conducted a new round of HPC benchmarks after the latest system upgrades in August. This round of benchmarks uses the WRF software, and a detailed analysis is available on the RCC website.
Check it out »
In order to make storage management easier for users, we introduced two new features on the Lustre file system. When you log in to Spear, your Lustre usage and quotas are now printed in the terminal. Also available for general use is a web tool called "Robinhood," which provides details of how Lustre volumes are being used.
Explore RobinHood »
We'll send another newsletter in December 2016. In the meantime, you can keep track of what's going on at the RCC at rcc.fsu.edu or by following us on Twitter @fsurcc.