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This is the RCC eNewsletter - February 2016
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RCC eNewsletter - February 2016


We've merged Condor and the HPC

We have moved 140 nodes with over 1,000 cores from the old Condor cluster into the HPC.  These nodes are available to all users as part of our condor partition.  If you need help porting your Condor scripts over, we'll be happy to help.
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Welcome, Cameron Berkley!

We're excited to announce our newest team member, Cameron Berkley.  Cameron joined our systems team in January 2016. He received his bachelors degree in Scientific Computing from the FSU Department of Scientific Computing where he studied geometric morphometrics and computer vision. He is currently continuing with his masters degree, working on shape retrieval algorithms. 
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Linux Workshop - March 2 & 4

Join us for a free, interactive workshop covering the fundamentals of the GNU/Linux command line.  This will be a two-part event where participants will gain experience with common Linux commands and tools.  We will even submit some jobs to the HPC!
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Have you Tried Globus?

Globus is the preferred way to transfer large amounts of data to and from the HPC.  As an alternative to Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP), Globus offers fast, reliable and secure transfer of data between our systems and any device on the Internet.
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We'll send another newsletter out in April 2016.  In the meantime, you can get the keep track of what is going on at the RCC at https://rcc.fsu.edu or follow us on Twitter: @fsurcc.

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