In this newsletter:
- RCAC meeting
- Maintenance Session
- 7th KAUST-NVIDIA Workshop on Accelerating Scientific Applications using GPUs
- Tip of the week: Improve working efficiency by using alias
- Follow us on Twitter
- Previous Announcements
- Previous Tips
The project submission deadline for the next RCAC meeting is 30th November 2020. Please note that the RCAC meetings are held once per month. Projects received on or before the submission deadline will be included in the agenda for the subsequent RCAC meeting. The detailed procedures, updated templates and forms are available here: https://www.hpc.kaust.edu.sa/account-applications
The system will be unavailable between 01.12.2020 1pm and 03.12.2020 5pm. During this outage, we will perform essential datacentre modification in preparation for the new filesystem. We will also upgrade and patch Shaheen to the latest software levels.
Please note that access to files will not be possible during this time. Also, persistent burst buffer allocations will be cleared.
Please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org should this cause any issues for your projects.
7th KAUST-NVIDIA Workshop on Accelerating Scientific Applications using GPUs Session
The KAUST Supercomputing Core Laboratory (KSL) in collaboration with NVIDIA are pleased to invite you to the 7th annual workshop on "Accelerating Scientific Applications using GPUs". This event provides an opportunity for attendees to learn about the latest advances by NVIDIA in Scientific Computing and Artificial Intelligence as well as showcasing the related KAUST success stories using GPUs.
The event includes also hackathon and AI competition.
Registration and more information are available here: https://www.hpc.kaust.edu.sa/GPU-2020
Tip of the week: Improve working efficiency by using alias
Very often we need to type the same long commands each time we do the same job. By defining aliases in the .bashrc file, we can greatly improve our working efficiency.
For example, after logging in Shaheen, very often we need to change your working directory to our /project directory. Instead of typing the full command "cd /project/k1234", we can define an alias "alias cdp='cd /project/k1234'" in the .bashrc file and then use the aliased command "cdp" to change to the directory.
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