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Stoomboot is the computing cluster at Nikhef. It uses the Torque batch system.
 
Stoomboot is the computing cluster at Nikhef. It uses the Torque batch system.
  
Please subscrive to the stbc-users list at Nikhef if you are a regular user
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Please subscribe to the stbc-users list at Nikhef if you are a regular user
  
  
 
Queues at stoomboot (message Jeff Templon 24 Feb 2014):
 
Queues at stoomboot (message Jeff Templon 24 Feb 2014):
  * stbcq now points to SL6 nodes with gluster
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* stbcq now points to SL6 nodes with gluster
 
   * all other "old" queues point to SL6 nodes without gluster
 
   * all other "old" queues point to SL6 nodes without gluster
 
   * budget queue is gone
 
   * budget queue is gone
 
   * new multicore queue
 
   * new multicore queue
 
   * 'legacy' queue for SL5 users, with a limited number of nodes.
 
   * 'legacy' queue for SL5 users, with a limited number of nodes.

Revision as of 12:35, 4 March 2015

Stoomboot is the computing cluster at Nikhef. It uses the Torque batch system.

Please subscribe to the stbc-users list at Nikhef if you are a regular user


Queues at stoomboot (message Jeff Templon 24 Feb 2014):

* stbcq now points to SL6 nodes with gluster
  * all other "old" queues point to SL6 nodes without gluster
  * budget queue is gone
  * new multicore queue
  * 'legacy' queue for SL5 users, with a limited number of nodes.
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