Welcome to the scientific computing wiki
This wiki is the primary source of information for the services provided by the ID SIS HPC group. We are operating and maintaining the central HPC clusters of ETH Zurich and provide services to our scientific community.
- 16 Nov 2021 — Problems with the infiniband network on Euler VII nodes
- 01 Oct 2021 — The new quick guide for the HPC clusters is now online and linked on the front page of the wiki
- 20 Apr 2021 — Script to set a permanent default for software stack initialized on Euler upon login:
On Euler, you can now set the new software stack as a permanent default upon login
- 17 Mar 2020 — COVID-19 — Cluster operation during state of emergency at ETH:
As announced by President Joël Mesot in the evening of March 16 (see email), ETH will be operating in a state of emergency starting today. Most employees are required to work from home.
- 27 Sep 2019 — Script to run a Jupyter notebook interactively in a batch job on Euler or Leonhard Open:
Since Jupyter notebooks are becoming more widely used among the scientific community, the HPC group developed a script that you can run on your local computer. This shell script then starts a Jupyter notebook in a batch job on Euler/Leonhard Open (depending on which cluster you choose) and connects your local browser with it.
Read me first
- Please use the menu on the left for navigating through the wiki
- A good starting point for new cluster users is our tutorials page, especially the getting started with clusters tutorial
- If you have problems connecting to our clusters or if a service is not working, then please check the news and the system status page of the wiki
- The LSF submission line advisor helps you to learn the syntax of the batch system
- If you have problems finding the answer to your question on the wiki, then please have a look at the FAQ, or use the search bar on the top right corner of the wiki
- The search of MediaWiki only shows results that are exact matches, except when using wildcards like for instance libcuda*
- We provide centrally installed applications and libraries
- When contacting cluster support, then please try to provide all important information regarding your support request, such that we can help you to resolve issues as quick as possible
Most recent software installations
Twenty most recent software installation on each cluster. The list is based on the last modification time of the module files.
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