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Australian Business School, Room 2200

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The University of Sydney, NSW 2006

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Sydney Informatics Hub research computing training series



Data transfer and Research Data Storage (RDS) for HPC


Synopsis: Learn how to transfer data between your local computer, an external source, the RDS and the Artemis HPC. Learn how to back up HPC output onto the RDS.

Target audience: Students and staff who would like to learn how to move data to and from the Artemis HPC and how to backup HPC output with RDS. Participants must have a valid USyd unikey.

Essential pre-requisites: Competency on the Unix/Linux command line. If you are interested in learning HPC but have no Unix/Linux command-line skills, you MUST first take an 'Introduction to Unix/Linux' course. These are scheduled regularly on campus.

Follow-on courses: This course is designed as a 2-part session, with 'Introduction to the Artemis HPC' in the morning and 'Data transfer and RDS for HPC' in the afternoon. It is recommended to register for both, however you may choose to take these courses on separate days as suits your needs. 'Intermediate HPC (Automation)' is another recommended course to follow up with.

Equipment: The training room is fully equipped with desktop PCs, although feel free to bring your own laptop (any OS) if preferred. Laptop users should install FileZilla (free). If you are using a Windows laptop, you MUST have a terminal client installed. Mac/Unix laptops can use existing terminal app.

For more information: Email cali.willet@sydney.edu.au or stephen.kolmann@sydney.edu.au

Other courses in this series: sydney.edu.au/research_support/hpc/training/index.shtml

To sign up for email alerts about training: mailman.sydney.edu.au/mailman/listinfo/computing_training

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