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To further facilitate basic interactive usage of the HPC cluster, we installed a second login/submission server (see here).
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Yesterday evening, we performed some maintenance.
 
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Among others, the network connection of the first submit host (hpcs01.op.umcutrecht.nl) was upgraded. It is now the same as its sister (hpcs02): two gigabits/s, both to the storage, and to the rest of the network. The machine has a new IP address as well: 143.121.195.5; your ssh-client may notice this change.
 
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Compute node 25 is back online! After a period of repeated hardware failures, we're happy to report that the server has been completely replaced and is up and running again.
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A somewhat older change: on both submit hosts, the memory limits for interactive work have been relaxed: you can now use 10GB ram, plus 2GB swapspace.
 
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As dicussed in the user council meeting of this afternoon, we made the following changes. The number of slots available for the veryshort queue is 12 per compute node, short 10, medium 8, long 4, verylong 1. In addition, all compute nodes are now able to submit jobs.
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To further facilitate basic interactive usage of the HPC cluster, we installed a second login/submission server (see here).
 

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