Here are the queues available on Oakley. Please note that you will be routed to the appropriate queue based on your walltime and job size request.
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The MATLAB Parallel Computing Toolbox and Distributed Computing Server are designed to allow users to create and launch parallel MATLAB jobs on a cluster of compute nodes. It also allows users to remotely connect to OSC resources, whether to run parallel jobs in MATLAB or to use toolboxes for which users own their own licenses. This guide will explain the basics of how to configure your Parallel Computing Toolbox for OSC systems.
The Cambridge Structural Database (CSD) contains complete structure information on hundreds of thousands of small molecule crystals. The Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre (CCDC) is a suite of programs for CSD search and analysis. The Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre Home Page has additional information.
TURBOMOLE is an ab initio computational chemistry program that implements various quantum chemistry algorithms. It is developed at the group of Prof. Reinhart Ahlrichs at the University of Karlsruhe.
SUG Minutes, August 8, 2013
Aravind Asthagiri, Charlotte Elster, Chris Hadad, Lisa Hall, John Heimaster, Robert L Marcus, Russ Pitzer, Rick Prairie, Yuan Zhang, Kevin Wohlever
Statewide Users Group Minutes, April 11, 2013
Celebrating The Ohio Supercomputer Center's 25th Anniversary, at the University Plaza Hotel
Attending: Aravind Asthagiri, Judy Gardiner, Jim Giuliani, Brian Guilfoos, John Heimaster, Anthony Johnson, Doug Johnson, Robert Marcus, Diane Milholland, Rick Prairie, Jarri Prince, Tim Prince, Sid Samsi, Sarah Sed, Keith Stewart, Kevin Wohlever, Christa Yandrich, Yuan Zhang
Statewide Users Group Agenda
August 8, 2013
10:00 a.m.: Coffee and Tea (BALE Conference)
10:15 a.m.: Committee Meetings
Hardware and Operations (BALE Conference)
Allocations (BALE Theater)
Software and Activities (Stutz/Buckeye Conference)
11:45 a.m.: Lunch (BALE Conference)
12:30 p.m.: Welcome--Aravind Asthagiri, Chair
GLPK (GNU Linear Programming Kit) is a set of open source LP (linear programming) and MIP (mixed integer problem) routines written in ANSI C, which can be called from within C programs.
Availability & Restrictions
GLPK is available to all OSC users without restriction.
The following versions are available on OSC systems: