- iris is the newest UL HPC cluster, built on CentOS and the SLURM workload manager
- chaos and gaia constitute the previous core UL HPC clusters restricted, as is iris, for UL staff members, external collaborators and students
- g5k cluster is part of the Grid’5000 instrument
- nyx is our internal experimental cluster we use to test new hardware and qualify our deployment procedure. It is NOT open to users.
For the documentation specific to Grid’5000, see this page.
HOME file system is global for each site meaning you might have to
synchronize your data between each site manually, even if utility script are
provided to facilitate this synchronization. See the
File Transfer page.
Below are the steps you’ll have to follow to use the UL HPC platform.