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Intermediate HPC: automating analysis with job arrays on Artemis

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Edward Ford Building, Rm 316

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The University of Sydney, NSW 2006

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Sydney Informatics Hub research computing training series

Automating analysis with job arrays and simple bash scripting on Artemis HPC


Please note: OWN LAPTOP REQUIRED. If Windows operating system, please ensure your laptop has a terminal client installed and FileZilla file transfer client (get it here). Mac/Unix/Linux laptop users: if you are not comfortable transferring data with scp or sftp, please also install the FileZilla file transfer client.Please note: own HPC account required.

Synopsis: This course is aimed at researchers who currently use the University of Sydney's centrally managed High Performance Computing (HPC) cluster 'Artemis' and would like to learn how to automate multiple-run analyses with job arrays. The live training consists of four hours of instruction and practical exercises. Simple job arrays using a single-integer parameter as well as more complex analyses reading inputs from a configuration file will be demonstrated.

Target audience: Students and staff who are already using the Artemis HPC and who would like to learn how to use job arrays and bash scripting to automate the submission of multiple jobs simultaneosuly.

Essential pre-requisites: Competency on the Unix/Linux command line and prior use of the Artemis HPC. If you are interested in this workshop but do not meet the pre-requsisites, you MUST first take the 'Introduction to Unix/Linux' and 'Introduction to the Artemis HPC' courses. These are scheduled regularly on campus.

For more information: Email sih.training@sydney.edu.au

Other courses in this series: https://informatics.sydney.edu.au/services/training/#rc

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