This is the RCC eNewsletter - December 2015
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RCC eNewsletter - December 2015

Lustre Issues Status Update

Most RCC Users are aware of the Lustre system issues that began last Friday, December 11.  As of today (Dec 18) at 5pm, the system is up and running.  We are not ready to announce full recovery until it has been thoroughly tested, but for now, the system is running and available for use.
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RCC Closed for Winter Holiday Break

FSU will closed from December 24, 2015, through January 3, 2016.  The RCC staff will be taking this time off as well.  During this break, our systems will remain online and available.  We will respond to any critical support requests sent to, but all non-critical support requests will be answered when we return on January 4, 2016.  
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Moving Condor Nodes into Slurm

In November, we disabled job submissions to our free Condor cluster in order to prepare to move these nodes into our HPC infrastructure.  On January 6, 2016, we will cancel all remaining Condor jobs and migrate the remainder of the nodes into Slurm.  
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HPC Workshop - January 20

Back by popular demand, our director Paul van der Mark will conduct a one-hour workshop at RCC to introduce the HPC to new users.  If you have new students joining your team, or would like to learn how to submit jobs, sign up and join us! 
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New HPC Nodes

We recently added a number of new nodes to our system, bringing our node count to 443, our total cores to 9,280, and overall peak performance to 182.5 teraflops!  
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Like the new newsletter format?  Let us know!  Starting in 2016, we are going to switch to a bi-monthly schedule for posting this newsletter, but will continue to use the address to send out important system alerts.

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