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Nevis particle physics administrative cluster This is a description of the organization of the administrative computers on the Nevis Linux cluster . The emphasis...
Nevis particle physics administrative cluster This is a description of the organization of the administrative computers on the Nevis Linux cluster . The emphasis...
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August 2009 System Upgrades There`s only a two week `window` in which I can perform these upgrades with the least impact on the Nevis research groups. General procedure...
Details of running condor at Nevis Warning signs If your condor script or program does any of the following, it`s a warning sign that your job might crash (or worse...
Compiler Tools A discussion of compiler tools available at Nevis. Code checking The cppcheck command can find problems the compiler does not detect. http...
Particle/Nuclear physics computing at Nevis Labs The following links will provide you with information on the computer operations and services available. (Some of...
Nevis particle physics administrative cluster configuration Archived 20 Sep 2013 : The high availability cluster has been set aside in favor of a more traditional...
Disk sharing and the condor batch system Background You don`t want to read this page. You just want to submit your jobs and not think about disk files or where...
Environment modules on the Nevis particle physics Linux cluster modules are a way of setting up a Linux shell environment. On the cluster, we use the command...
Should we switch from Fedora to Scientific Linux? Background Back in 2004, when Redhat stopped offering their distribution for free, I asked representatives from...
Using Terminal in Jupyter This page focuses on issues when using the Terminal emulator (terminado) when running Jupyter or JupyterLab on notebook.nevis.columbia.edu...
LArSoft at Nevis This documents how to use the LArSoft and MicroBooNE software as managed by mrb git. If you are looking for older LArSoft versions managed by SRT...
Nevis Linux Cluster Overview The Nevis Linux Cluster may seem a bit confusing at first. It`s actually several smaller clusters linked together. Each working group...
Nevis Linux Cluster Node Names These are the names of the computers in the Nevis Linux Cluster. Some machines that are not listed: the systems on the Nevis...
Nevis Networks and Firewall Restrictions This web page contains a discussion of the Nevis network environment, including some of the traffic restrictions imposed by...
Nevis Linux Cluster Services This is the list of which machines provide the different network services on the cluster. If some terms are unfamiliar, you can try looking...
Nevis Software Guide In addition to the notes below and in linked web pages, you should also look at the latest nevis linux announcements for descriptions of new software...
Nevis Student Linux Boxes The `student boxes` at Nevis are the ones in rooms 117, 118, and 120. Here`s how these boxes have been set up: Each box is part of the...
Computer room temperature and cluster shutdown The main computer area for the Nevis particle physics groups is room 119; the ATLAS group has a separate Tier3 cluster...
Upgrading the Nevis Linux cluster to a 64 bit operating system Upgrade schedule Date Systems Mail affected Tue 17 Aug 2010 morningside, riverside...
Nevis UPS Management This page describes how Uninterruptble Power Supplies (`UPS`) are monitored at Nevis. There`s also a web page on which you can see the UPS status...
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