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Euclid - Retired 01/31/2013

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Euclid Retirement on 01/31/2013

Euclid was retired on January 31, 2013.  Please refer to the table below on where to migrate your Euclid workloads. Please email consult@nersc.gov if you have any questions. 

Euclid Migration Guide
Workload Where to Run
Simple Interactive Task (Including compiling) Carver/Hopper Login Nodes
Transfer Data/HPSS Access Data Transfer Nodes
Long High Throughput Job Carver serial/long queue, or Hopper Hight Throughput Queue
Large Memory Batch MPP Code Carver Extra-large memory node/reg_xlmem queue 
Large Memory Interactive Job (MPP/Serial) Carver Extra-large memory node/reg_xlmem queue
Everything Else (Including R/Visit) Regular Hopper or Carver

System Status: Up

Euclid, named in honor of the ancient Greek mathematician, is a Sun Microsystems Sunfire x4640 SMP. Its unique feature is its single 512 GB shared memory node, which supports a wide variety of data analysis and visualization applications.

Updates and Status

A record of all changes to Euclid as well as current problems. Read More »

Getting started

How to login and write a simple program. Read More »

Configuration

Euclid consists of one node with 512 GB of shared memory with eight 6 core Opteron 2.6 GHz processors on the node, for a total of 48 cores. Read More »

Programming

How to compile and link codes on Euclid. Read More »

Running jobs

Euclid is a single node system with 48 processors. It supports both multiprocessing (MPI) and multithreading programming models. All Euclid jobs are interactive. Read More »

File storage

Euclid has 3 kinds of file systems available to users: home directories, scratch directories and project directories, all provided by the NERSC Global File system. Read More »

Software and Tools

The list of software and tools available on Euclid. Read More »