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Replace MV2_ENABLE_AFFINITY=0 with MV2_CPU_BINDING_POLICY=hybrid.

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In client portal, we provide interactive reporting region with Oracle Application Express (APEX) that allows end users to query data and customize reports. According to ORACLE, this interactive reporting region allows users to

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Manage your profile

On the Profile page you can maintain your contact information and CV. Principal Investigators can maintain publications and funding awards for use with project allocations.

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Apache Subversion is a full-featured version control system. 

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When you log into our Client Portal, you will see ‘Project’ Menu, where you will see different options based on your user role. To check your user role, please refer to ‘Manage your profile’ section.

For any eligible principle investigator, you can

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When you log into our Client Portal, you will see your Home screen (also known as your ‘Project Dashboard’), as shown below. From here, you can access the OnDemand/AweSim portals. Project usage for the last 30 days will be summarized in a few graphing formats.

The link to the client portal is https://my.osc.edu. Please log into it using your current OSC HPC username and password.

OSC client portal is a full replacement of OSC’s accounting and account management infrastructure (including my.osc.edu and app.osc.edu). It maintains the ability to change your password and contact information as well as submit grant proposals, but much is being added. A partial list includes:

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FFmpeg is a free software project, the product of which is a vast software suite of libraries and programs for handling video, audio, and other multimedia files and streams.

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Versions

The following versions of FFmpeg are available on OSC clusters:

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If you need to use a MATLAB toolbox that is not provided through our installations. You can follow these instructions, and if you have any difficulties you can contact OSC Help for assistance.

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HPC Toolkit is a collection of tools that measure a program's work, resource consumption, and inefficiency to analze performance.

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Versions

The following versions of HPC Toolkitare available on OSC clusters:

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