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Video: Calyos 2-Phase Cooling for Electronic Components in HPC

In this video, Olivier de Laet from Calyos describes the company’s innovative two-phase cooling technology.

Calyos is a provider of advanced 2-phase cooling solutions for electronic applications.

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DDN goes the last mile in commercial HPC

Where once the purview of research labs and high-transaction applications, high performance computing (HPC) is now making its way into mainstream IT. Enterprises are finding out the value of analytics for keeping abreast of their customers and ahead of the competition. 580 more words

Cloud

DALIGNER: Fast and sensitive detection of all pairwise local alignments

The first phase of the Dazzler assembler compares every read in the trimmed Dazzler database (DB) against every other read in the trimmed DB, seeking significant… 4,128 more words

UNIX

Snapify: capturing snapshots of offload applications on Xeon Phi manycore processors

In Proceedings of the 23nd international symposium on High-performance parallel and distributed computing (HPDC ’14). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 1-12.

Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors provide excellent performance acceleration for highly parallel applications and have been deployed in several top-ranking supercomputers. 175 more words

Software

LSF Job Dependencies

from: http://www.ccs.miami.edu/hpc/lsf/7.0.6/admin/jobdependencies.html#wp26312

Job Dependencies

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Job Dependency Terminology
Job Dependency Scheduling
Dependency Conditions
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Job Dependency Terminology

Job dependency: The start of a job depends on the state of other jobs. 1,353 more words

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PBS Dependency Lists

from: http://beige.ucs.indiana.edu/I590/node45.html

In this section we are going to do what we have done in section 4.3.4, but we will use PBS facility for defining job dependencies instead. 918 more words

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PBS Job Chains and Dependencies

from: https://docs.loni.org/wiki/PBS_Job_Chains_and_Dependencies

Deprecated: please see new documentation site.

Quite often, a single simulation requires multiple long runs which must be processed in sequence. One method for creating a sequence of batch jobs is to execute the “qsub” or “llsubmit” command to submit its successor. 332 more words

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