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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 at Nevis has its own set of clients and servers; they are linked and managed by the administrative servers.

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  • You may want to think about which shell you will use on the cluster.
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Information about mail at Nevis.
 
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You may want to think about which shell you will use on the cluster.
 
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There is a discussion of disk issues, including home directories, disk space, and backups. The authentication service determines who is allowed to log on to which Linux machine.
 
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  • The disks on the Linux cluster are linked via automount. This means you don't need an account on a machine in order to access its files.
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The disks on the Linux cluster are linked via automount. This means you don't need an account on a machine in order to access its files.
 
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The applications server gives you access to common applications like ROOT, CERNLIB, and GEANT.
 
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There are systems in rooms 118 and 120 that are available to students and visiting scientists at Nevis.
 
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  • Some systems on the cluster can submit batch jobs.
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Some systems on the cluster can submit batch jobs.
 
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Here's the list of machines on the Linux cluster.
 
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The various servers on the cluster provide different network services.
 
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  • If you're confused by any of the terminology, this glossary can get you started.
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If you're confused by any of the terminology, this glossary can get you started.
 
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How network UPS tools are used at Nevis.
 
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Here are the answers to some Frequently Asked Questions about the Nevis Linux cluster.
 
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