Here’s an opportunity for Flux cluster users and potential users to learn more about the Flux computing cluster, creating and submitting jobs, understanding the available tools, and avoiding common pitfalls. This will be a hands-on experience, in which you will log in to the cluster and work with jobs. HPC 100 or equivalent basic Linux command-line skills are a pre-requisite, as the Flux cluster is implemented on Linux.
The class will be offered Wednesday, October 16, from 1 – 5 p.m. in Room B743 East Hall. Full details at http://unix.lsa.umich.edu/H
PC101/ . Course registration link at https://www.engin.umich. edu/form/hpc101_20131016 .
We plan on teaching this course again next term, so folks can take it later if they can’t make it this time.
Please forward this to any researchers who are using or contemplating using Flux for their research. We think graduate students will want to attend, and faculty and admins are certainly welcome as well.