Boost 1.64.0 is installed on Owens, Oakley, and Ruby. Load gnu or intel compiler and use with module boost/1.64.0
To connect to OSC services, a secure tunnel to a session is required. This can be done relatively simply in OSX and Linux by using the SSH functionality built into the system, but Windows users have had to configure and use third party applications like PuTTY or Java to access secure resources at OSC.
RStudio is an integrated development environment (IDE) for R. It includes a console, syntax-highlighting editor that supports direct code execution, as well as tools for plotting, history, debugging and workspace management.
Accessing through OnDemand
All the desktop apps can be found within the 'Desktop Apps' dropdown in our OnDemand web portal as shown in the image below:
We updated the default versions of the totalview and allinea modules:
Oakley and Ruby: 8.14.1-8 to 2017.0.12
Owens: 2016.04.08 to 2017.0.12
Oakley and Ruby: 6.0.1 to 7.0
Owens: 6.0.6 to 7.0
This page lists all proposed OSC policies for public comments. Your comments help inform our policies and are encouraged. We will provide response to comments on this webpage after the public comment period closes. Please submit your comments via our online form by the deadline.
OSC OnDemand provides access to applications on compute nodes through the batch system, without the hassle or performance problems associated with X11 forwarding. To access one, please select an application under "Interactive HPC" from the "Desktop Apps" menu. For more information on each product, please go to its page provided below.
The following are technical specifications for Oakley. We hope these may be of use to the advanced user.