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==Introduction==
 
==Introduction==
We consider the documentation of our services as very important as it simplifies the cluster users and our lives. On our wiki, you will find information to all of our systems (specifications, usage terms, etc.) and services (documentation, tutorials etc.).
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We consider the documentation of our services as very important as it simplifies the cluster users and our lives and helps to save your and our time. On our wiki, you will find information to all of our systems (specifications, usage terms, etc.) and services (documentation, tutorials etc.).
  
 
==Tutorials==
 
==Tutorials==

Revision as of 06:46, 29 August 2016

Introduction

We consider the documentation of our services as very important as it simplifies the cluster users and our lives and helps to save your and our time. On our wiki, you will find information to all of our systems (specifications, usage terms, etc.) and services (documentation, tutorials etc.).

Tutorials

The tutorials section contains on one hand very basic tutorials, which will help beginner users to work with our HPC clusters and on the other hand, there are also advanced tutorials for particular applications. Since we can not be experts for all software that is centrally installed, we would like to encourage users to help us with setting up new tutorials.

Manuals

In the manuals section, we provide the documentation to the applications, which are centrally installed on our cluster. The documentations are organized in two categories, namely a public section that is available to everybody and a non-public section, which is restricted to people that have a valid NETHZ account. For certain software, the access to manuals needs to be restricted due to licensing terms.

FAQ

In the FAQ section, we discuss a number of questions that come up repeatedly through our support channels. The FAQ section can also be used as addition to the getting started guide, which helps beginner users to setup their simulations and to use the batch system.