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  • Sharks - The Sharks systems are available to all SoIC faculty, staff, and graduate students (CS and Informatics). Access can also be granted to undergraduate and non-SoIC students and guests with sponsorship by a member of the SoIC faculty. Accounts are created automatically for all SoIC graduate students (CS and Informatics). Accounts for other users can be created by having the faculty sponsor make the account request using the Help Desk.
    RI Cluster - The RI Cluster systems are available to SoIC faculty and staff (by request) and to all SoIC students with sponsorship of a member of the SoIC faculty. Account requests can be submitted by the sponsoring faculty member using the Help Desk. If you are a current SoIC student and don't have a sponsoring faculty member for your work, just let us know what you plan to use the cluster for in your account request. This equipment was purchased as part of a $2.1M NSF Research Infrastructure grant.  Basic cluster usage information is available in the KB page How do I use the RI cluster systems? 
  • iris/cat - ILS maintains login servers iris and cat. Iris is available to those currently taking SOIC graduate level courses. Cat is reserved for faculty/staff. These hots provide command line access and mount ILS Linux home directories.
     
  • Ella/Info - ILS maintained web servers. Include support for perl,php, etc. (running as user). Ella is for use by those currently enrolled in SOIC graduate level courses. Info is for faculty, staff and professional associations. 
    • Accounts for the above listed ILS servers are generated based on enrollment data provided by the registrar near the start of each semester. 
    • Web based tools to kill one's own runaway scripts and to view one's own error logs are pre-loaded into users' web accounts – password protected behind a secure login.

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  • hulk.soic.indiana.edu [Sharks Domain] - Hulk is a quad-socket, 8-core (32 total cores) AMD Opteron system with 512GB of memory running 64-bit Red Hat Enterprise Linux. In order to limit runaway processes and misuse, the system limits users to 30 simultaneous logins, 1000 total processes, and 256GB of total virtual memory.
  • Odin Cluster (odin.cs.indiana.edu) [RI Cluster Domain] - The odin cluster consists of 128 dual-socket, 2-core (4 total cores/node) AMD Opteron systems with 4GB of memory per node running 64-bit Red Hat Enterprise Linux. The odin cluster nodes are connected via Gigabit Ethernet and Infiniband networks. If you plan to use this cluster, please see How do I use the RI Odin cluster? for information about proper use of this resource.
  • idun.cs.indiana.edu [RI Cluster Domain] - Idun is a quad-socket, 4-core (16 total cores) AMD Operton system with 16GB of memory running 64-bit Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Anyone with an account in the RI Cluster Domain can use this system and there are no job scheduling restrictions. As a result, system load can vary widely so consistent timings may be difficult.
  • Graduate Labs [Shark Domain] - If you are faculty, staff, or graduate student and are doing experimentation that requires the use of more machines than are available using the above systems then you can use the machines in the open graduate student labs (Lindley Hall Room 112 and Informatics West Room 010). Just keep in mind that there may be people using these machines at the console so try to use those machines in a way that won't interfere with interactive use. In other words, limit use to jobs that are not memory intensive and nice your processes. In order to get a list of the computers in these labs, just go to the hardware database listings of systems in Lindley Hall 112 and Informatics West 010.

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