Crop Diversity HPC Help
Hello! Here you’ll find the documentation for the UK’s Crop Diversity Bioinformatics High Performance Computing (HPC) Linux cluster -
gruffalo - and its associated data storage and services.
Run by the James Hutton Institute’s Information & Computational Sciences (ICS) Research Computing team, and the Scientific Computing section of NIAB’s IT team, this resource supports the computational needs of researchers from six UK institutions. See Supported Organisations for details.
Compute clusters contain a lot of CPUs, so it’s worth seeing how we’re Counting CPUs.
- Slurm - Overview
- Slurm - Queue Policies & Advice
- Slurm - Shortcuts and Aliases
- Compiling Software
- Working with Compressed Files
- Apptainer (Singularity)
- GPU Processing
- Machine Learning
- Tools & Applications
- Database Mirrors
- Green Computing
- Contact Us
- Monitoring & Tracking
- Linux Basics
- Tips & Tricks
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