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Computational Cluster

This document contains information about the Computational Cluster, including its function, contact information, location, oversight plan, and training plan. The equipment on this page is typically available for all users in the UW–Madison Biochemistry Department to access for their research needs.

Model

King Star Computer 9 GPU Blade Servers (cluster nodes), 1 1U Server (submit node)

Function

To support shared user access and software packages introduced as part of the Steenbock Biochemistry Library mini courses. Mini courses will be offered to students and postdocs in the Dept of Biochem as students progress, they will learn how to launch larger numbers of computing jobs. Teaching materials will be designed around specific user-friendly software packages (e.g SBGrid).

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Contact

Jean-Yves Sgro
jsgro@wisc.edu
(608) 890-3958

Location

Room B1121, Hector F. DeLuca Biochemistry Building (420 Henry Mall)

Oversight

Resource sharing to be managed via Condor. Users requesting specialized configurations or software make request for consideration by both IT and Library committees. A formal review for upgrades should be conducted once every four years. Interim upgrades can be pursued by joint approval of Library and IT committees.

Training

IT and Library committees will design initial software installations.

Use of shared departmental computing resources can be readily integrated into lessons through mini-courses.



Keywordsbioc biochem biochemistry compute computing computation computations computational cluster server servers submit node nodes king star computer software package packages sbgrid job jobs condor   Doc ID129504
OwnerMark E.GroupBiochemistry Equipment
Created2023-07-05 11:25:08Updated2023-07-06 15:00:46
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