This is the RCC eNewsletter - June 2016
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RCC eNewsletter - June 2016

Major HPC Upgrade July 25 - August 19

The RCC is planning another HPC maintenance period this summer, which will occur in stages between July 25 and August 19.  During this maintenance, we will be upgrading the HPC, Lustre, Spear, and other systems.
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Using Globus for Reliable Big Data Transfer

Globus is a robust, online tool that simplifies the process of transferring large (GB or TB) data sets to and from RCC systems.  This service enables you to transfer data from your personal workstations, share it with other researchers, or move data among different HPC providers.
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RCC Staff and SC Student Team Up for Practicum

Scientific Computing undergraduate Brett-Michael Green and RCC Software Specialist Dr. Bin Chen have teamed up for a practicum project, "Simulated Gravitational Microlensing from a Star Field Using Ray-Tracing Methods."  We have many opportunities for students available.
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Spear Interactive Queuing System Retired

We have retired the Spear Interactive Queuing System (IQS) tool in favor of using the built-in capabilities of SSH and NoMachine to connect to Spear.  We have done this in order to simplify the process of connecting to Spear and to eliminate some technical issues.
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We'll send another newsletter in August 2016.  In the meantime, you can keep track of what's going on at the RCC at or by following us on Twitter @fsurcc.

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