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Shell Scripting for HPC

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The University of Melbourne

Room 329, Eastern Resource Centre

3rd Floor, Building 171

Parkville, VIC 3010

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Your trainer for this workshop is Lev Lafayette, from Research Platforms Services, The University of Melbourne. Bring your own Laptop.

This workshop is being held on Wednesday 2nd August from 10am - 3pm

Basic job submission scripts in Slurm allow for the allocation of resources and computation in batch mode.However these job submissions can be made even more powerful and flexible with a working knowledge of
shell scripting and more advanced Slurm commands. This course assumes knowledge of the 'Introduction to High Performance Computing course' and describes more advanced Linux commands, regular expressions, the text manipulation programs sed and awk, various shells, the use of variables, loops, conditional statements, the incorporation of shell scripting knowledge in job submission scripts, and autogenerating scripts with heredoc. Please bring your laptop and a desire to make your supercomputer job submission scripts even more powerful.

This event is bought to you by Research Platforms Services

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We are researchers, training researchers! We get you! and would like to embrace you into our Community. Please feel free to swing by our new space called "Co - Lab", located in the Eastern Resource Centre, Room 329, Level 3 ( Building # 171) You are welcome anytime and we would love to see you there!

Research Platforms provides, builds and maintains ICT infrastructure for researchers, in particular cloud compute infrastructure and data storage infrastructure. Enabling data-driven research and the effective use of IT is at the centre of everything we do. We service more than 3,000 researchers from all disciplines across Parkville, within Victoria, and nationally.We work closely with key research support units including Faculty IT teams, the Melbourne eResearch Group, the Library, and other Infrastructure Services departments.

As well as providing underlying infrastructure services, we also work with researchers to provide a range of training, engagement and community building activities aimed at both maximising usage of the facilities, and maximising the value researchers get from them. By building community infrastructure in this way, we connect researchers with each other, with the supplied infrastructure, and with related infrastructure and services such as NCI, Pawsey, VLSCI, etc.



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