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<noinclude>When you would like to use one of the services that is provided by ID SIS HPC, then you need to authenticate yourself with an account. For some services we use the [[NETHZ]] account for authentication, for others there are accounts, which are local on the system.</noinclude>
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<noinclude>When you would like to use one of the services that is provided by ID SIS HPC, then you need to authenticate yourself with an account. For some services we use the ETH account for authentication, for others there are accounts, which are local on the system.</noinclude>
  
 
<noinclude>==Brutus==</noinclude><includeonly>===Brutus===</includeonly>
 
<noinclude>==Brutus==</noinclude><includeonly>===Brutus===</includeonly>
Since the Brutus cluster will soon be end-of-life, new Accounts on Brutus are only created for current shareholders of Brutus. If you are not in a shareholder group of Brutus, then you may use the Euler cluster. Members of a shareholder group that would like to use Brutus can fill out the account request form at
 
  
https://www1.ethz.ch/id/services/list/comp_zentral/cluster/brutus_acc_req_pre_EN
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Brutus is no longer in operation.
  
 
<noinclude>==Euler==</noinclude><includeonly>===Euler===</includeonly>
 
<noinclude>==Euler==</noinclude><includeonly>===Euler===</includeonly>
We have reduced the administrative procedure to zero: no paperwork, no account request form, nothing. Any member of ETH can use Euler straight away; the only requirement is a valid [[NETHZ]] account.
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Everybody at ETH Zurich can use the Euler cluster. The first login of a new user triggers a [[New_account_request_process_for_HPC_clusters|process]] that sends a verification code to the users ETH email address (USERNAME@ethz.ch, with USERNAME being the ETH account name). The user is then prompted to enter the verification code and by entering the correct code, the cluster account of the user is created.  
  
<noinclude>==Calculus (MATLAB distributed computing server)==</noinclude><includeonly>===Calculus (MATLAB distributed computing server)===</includeonly>
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<noinclude>==Leonhard==</noinclude><includeonly>===Leonhard===</includeonly>
Any member of ETH can use the Calculus service, the only requirement is a valid [[NETHZ]] account. In order to use calculus, you first need to login to the Euler cluster once and accept the usage agreement
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Access is restricted to Leonhard shareholders and groups that want to test it before investing. Guest users cannot access the Leonhard cluster. The first login of a new user triggers a [[New_account_request_process_for_HPC_clusters|process]] that sends a verification code to the users ETH email address (USERNAME@ethz.ch, with USERNAME being the ETH account name). The user is then prompted to enter the verification code and by entering the correct code, the cluster account of the user is created.
  
<noinclude>==CLC genomics server==</noinclude><includeonly>===CLC genomics server===</includeonly>
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<noinclude>==MATLAB Distributed Computing Server (MDCS)==
The [[CLC_genomics_server|CLC genomics server]] uses local accounts for authentication. If you would like to use this service, then please contact [mailto:cluster-support@id.ethz.ch cluster support] to request your CLC account.
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Any member of ETH can use the [[MATLAB_distributed_computing_server|MATLAB Distributed Computing Server (MDCS)]] service; the only requirement is a valid ETH account. In order to use this service, you first need to login to the Euler cluster once and accept the usage agreement.
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==CLC genomics server==
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The [[CLC_genomics_server|CLC genomics server]] uses local accounts for authentication. If you would like to use this service, then please contact {{Cluster_support}} to request your CLC account.<noinclude>

Latest revision as of 11:47, 15 January 2021

When you would like to use one of the services that is provided by ID SIS HPC, then you need to authenticate yourself with an account. For some services we use the ETH account for authentication, for others there are accounts, which are local on the system.

Brutus

Brutus is no longer in operation.

Euler

Everybody at ETH Zurich can use the Euler cluster. The first login of a new user triggers a process that sends a verification code to the users ETH email address (USERNAME@ethz.ch, with USERNAME being the ETH account name). The user is then prompted to enter the verification code and by entering the correct code, the cluster account of the user is created.

Leonhard

Access is restricted to Leonhard shareholders and groups that want to test it before investing. Guest users cannot access the Leonhard cluster. The first login of a new user triggers a process that sends a verification code to the users ETH email address (USERNAME@ethz.ch, with USERNAME being the ETH account name). The user is then prompted to enter the verification code and by entering the correct code, the cluster account of the user is created.

MATLAB Distributed Computing Server (MDCS)

Any member of ETH can use the MATLAB Distributed Computing Server (MDCS) service; the only requirement is a valid ETH account. In order to use this service, you first need to login to the Euler cluster once and accept the usage agreement.

CLC genomics server

The CLC genomics server uses local accounts for authentication. If you would like to use this service, then please contact cluster support to request your CLC account.