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The [[Euler#Euler_III|Euler III]] extension to the Euler cluster is available for beta testers.
 
The [[Euler#Euler_III|Euler III]] extension to the Euler cluster is available for beta testers.
  
If you are interested in running test jobs on the new nodes and are willing to work with us to diagnose and resolve problems, then [https://scicomp.ethz.ch/wiki/Contact contact us] to be granted access as a beta tester for these nodes.
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If you are interested in running test jobs on the new nodes and are willing to work with us to diagnose and resolve problems, then [[Contact|contact us]] to be granted access as a beta tester for these nodes.
  
 
Serial jobs or single-node parallel jobs using from '''1 to 4''' cores, use '''up to 30 GB''' of total memory and request '''up to 24 hours''' are good candidates to run on these nodes.
 
Serial jobs or single-node parallel jobs using from '''1 to 4''' cores, use '''up to 30 GB''' of total memory and request '''up to 24 hours''' are good candidates to run on these nodes.

Revision as of 07:24, 16 January 2017

The Euler III extension to the Euler cluster is available for beta testers.

If you are interested in running test jobs on the new nodes and are willing to work with us to diagnose and resolve problems, then contact us to be granted access as a beta tester for these nodes.

Serial jobs or single-node parallel jobs using from 1 to 4 cores, use up to 30 GB of total memory and request up to 24 hours are good candidates to run on these nodes.

The new nodes run CentOS 7 exclusively. All other production nodes in Euler currently run CentOS 6. Jobs that rely on Infiniband will not run on these nodes. Single-node Open MPI jobs will run but MVAPICH2 jobs will not run.

Submitting beta jobs

To submit a job to run on the beta Euler III nodes, you must request the beta resource, e.g.,

bsub -R beta [other bsub options] ./my_command

Only jobs from approved beta testers will run until the Euler III nodes will be put into public beta.