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Tri-Lab High-Performance Computing Support
User Services and Documentation
Tri-lab Machine Matrix - table listing the machines available at each lab. Information shown includes: Network, Architecture, OS, #Nodes,
#CPUs/Cores, Peak Tflops and a link to more information.
- Most pages do NOT require authentication. For pages that DO require
authentication, use your LC user name and OTP password. For Sandia/LANL
users without an OTP token:
- Sandia users - authenticate with your
email@example.com and your Sandia
- LANL users - authenticate with your
firstname.lastname@example.org and your LANL kerberos
computing.llnl.gov and mylc.llnl.gov - Main portals for user documentation, support, system status and usage information. Some relevant links are listed below.
- Sequoia BG/Q Tutorial
- Getting Started - Quickstart links for new users.
- Types of accounts, how to obtain an account, account policies, forms, assistance with accounts.
- How to log in, available login machines, passwords, file transfer.
- Computing Resources
- Listing of all computing platforms with links to additional information.
- User Environment Topics
- A wide range of topics most users need to be familiar with when computing in LLNL's HPC environment, including:
Login files, home directories, file backups, temporary file systems, parallel file systems, archival storage, quotas, file transfer and sharing...and more
- Code Development
- Compilers, debuggers, profilers, performance analysis tools, mpi...
- Running Jobs
- Interactive, batch, job limits, visualization resources, storage...
- Training and Tutorials
- Links to a wide range of tutorials and workshop information.
- Most user documentation is accessible from computing.llnl.gov
- Help Desk Support
- LC Machine Status
- unclassified Collaboration Zone (CZ) (requires authentication)
- LC Machine Status
- unclassified Restricted Zone (RZ) (requires authentication)
- LC Machine Status - classified: https://lc.llnl.gov/computing/status/
- Tri-lab HPC portal at Sandia. From here you can access the same types of user information as shown above for LLNL.
- Note: Most pages DO require authentication.
- LLNL users: Username: email@example.com (where johndoe is
your username). Password: the kerberos password obtained from
- LANL users: supply your fully qualified user name (as in
firstname.lastname@example.org) and LANL cryptoCard password
- Tri-lab HPC portal at LANL. From here you can access the same types of user information as shown above for LLNL.
- Note: Most pages DO require authentication. Use your LANL account/z-number and cryptocard.
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This page was last updated on Jul 3, 2013