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PETSc 3.7.4 on HPCC

DAMASK is influenced by API changes in PETSc from 3.6.x to 3.7.x. For more details, see 47d08cfff0c85017ad000e300376d2cc8d083b96. A particular source code of DAMASK will either work with PETSc 3.6.x or 3.7.x, but not both. 112 more words

HPCC

Use Jump Host for RSYNC

I have computer A, storage server B and HPCC.

Previously, I use A to SSH B and RSYNC files from HPCC to B. One day, B can not PING or SSH or RSYNC or SCP to HPCC. 106 more words

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HPCC Internal Entity Linking through SALT - A Quick Start Guide - Pt. 3

This post is the third part of a series that aims to provide simple steps for a novice user to “get going” with HPCC’s SALT Internal Linking. 673 more words

Entity Linking (SALT)

HPCC Internal Entity Linking through SALT - A Quick Start Guide - Pt. 2

This post is the second part of a series that aims to provide simple steps for a novice user to “get going” with HPCC’s SALT Internal Linking. 1,247 more words

Entity Linking (SALT)

HPCC Internal Entity Linking through SALT - A Quick Start Guide - Pt. 1

Introduction

Purpose of this series of blog posts is to map out some very simple steps that will allow an HPCC SALT beginner to start Internal Linking Iterations, based on a basic set of Linking Rules. 714 more words

Entity Linking (SALT)

Book Review - Harry Potter And The Cursed Child

Title: Harry Potter And The Cursed Child (Parts One And Two)

Author: J.K. Rowling, John Tiffany. Jack Thorne

Synopsis: It was always difficult being Harry Potter and it isn’t much easier now that he is an overworked employee of the Ministry of Magic, a husband and father of three school-age children. 608 more words

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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child -J. K. Rowling, Jack Thorne & John Tiffany (2016) [Spoilers]

I decided well before I even received my copy of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child that I wouldn’t review it immediately after reading it. I knew that, being a massive Harry Potter fan growing up (I still am), my thoughts on the play would be clouded by intense nostalgia and love for the series that has been ever-present in my life. 1,128 more words

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