User Guide

New to Linux?

Every researcher added to the HPC ecosystem is automatically enrolled as a student in

FOSS101: Essentials of Free and Open Soruce Software

This (FREE, online and learn at your own pace) course offers an introduction to command line Linux and Git revision control system, and various aspects of file and data management and processing, and more.

If not yet a member of the HPC ecosystem but have an interest in enrolling in this course and learning the above topics, please contact

Dr. Gowtham


Every researcher added to the HPC ecosystem is automatically enrolled as a student in

HPC101: Training Camp

Building further upon Michigan Tech's policy on the Acceptable Use of Information Technology Resources, it offers step by step training on topics such as remote access, data transfer, generating submission scripts and monitoring simulations. It will also serve as the End User License Agreement (EULA).

Researchers will need to complete this training prior to starting production quality simulations.

Need something else?

Should there be a need to modify the submission scripts or generate them in bulk to meet a specific purpose, etc., researchers need to schedule a meeting with

Dr. Gowtham

This will help ensure such modifications are mistake-free and build a knowledge base for future use by other researchers.

Quick reference for useful commands

qdel SIM_ID Delete a simulation from the queue
qhold SIM_ID Hold/Pause a running/waiting simulation
qlogin Log into a compute node (for compilation, quick analysis, etc.)
qrls SIM_ID Release a simulation from hold
qstat -j SIM_ID More information about a running/waiting simulation
qsub SCRIPT Submit SCRIPT (generated by qgenscript) to the queue