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  • Blue Waters User Portal | #Welcome
    Started User Guide Known Issues Node Core Comparison Acknowledging Support Terms of Use FAQ User Support Education Overview Undergraduate Graduate Calendar Training Fellowships Resources Data Software Visualization User Support Impact Impact Share Results Publications Annual Report About Welcome Blue Waters Partners NEIS P2 Science Teams Blue Waters Professors Team Allocations News Help Contact Us FAQ Forgot Pin Acknowledging Support Known Issues Blue Waters is supported by the National Science Foundation

    Original URL path: https://bluewaters.ncsa.illinois.edu/ (2016-01-28)
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  • Blue Waters User Portal | Reports
    Publications Annual Report About Welcome Blue Waters Partners NEIS P2 Science Teams Blue Waters Professors Team Allocations News Help Contact Us FAQ Forgot Pin Acknowledging Support Known Issues Breadcrumbs Blue Waters User Portal Your Blue Waters Reports Blue Waters Project Reports Upon completion of a Blue Waters allocation a report should be submitted to the Blue Waters Project Office The intent is to make this report publicly available on the project s portal as a Blue Waters Technical Report Please indicate if the report includes confidential or restricted information in which case they will be only shared with the Blue Waters team and the National Science Foundation Detailed report guidelines and submission instructions can be found for each type of Blue Waters allocation Illinois Allocations Reports GLCPC Allocations Reports Education Allocations Reports Private Sector Allocations Reports Innovation Allocations Reports Blue Waters Professors Reports Your Blue Waters Summary Jobs Your Tickets Live Chat Manage Users Reports System Status MOTD Machine Status Calendar Usage XDMod Documentation Getting Started User Guide Known Issues Node Core Comparison Acknowledging Support Terms of Use FAQ User Support Education Overview Undergraduate Graduate Calendar Training Fellowships Resources Data Software Visualization User Support Impact Impact Share Results Publications Annual

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  • Blue Waters User Portal | MOTD
    about 45 mins and will prevent logins Visit the Archive Home and filesystem interruption By Michael Showerman On 1 25 16 9 37 AM There will be an outage near 10 AM central time that will impact the home and scratch filesystems This outage will last about 45 mins and will prevent logins Read More About Home and filesystem interruption Globus Online service interruption February 13th 2016 By Gregory Bauer On 1 22 16 12 08 PM On February 13th from 10AM 3PM Globus will be upgrading their services During the upgrade window all active file transfers will be suspended and they will resume when the Globus Read More About Globus Online service interruption February 13th 2016 Blue Waters Returned to Service By Joseph Fullop On 1 19 16 4 11 AM Maintenance has been completed and Blue Waters has been returned to service Read More About Blue Waters Returned to Service Blue Waters Unavailable Down for Maintenance By Timothy Bouvet On 1 18 16 6 00 AM Blue Waters down for maintenance January 18th starting at 6am until Jan 19th 05 00am The full system will be unavailable for the duration with the exception of the ncsa Nearline Read More About Blue Waters Unavailable Down for Maintenance POSTPONED Globus Online service interruption January 30th 2016 By Gregory Bauer On 1 10 16 3 10 PM This service interruption has been postponed On January 30th from 10AM 3PM Globus will be upgrading their services During the upgrade window all active file Read More About POSTPONED Globus Online service interruption January 30th 2016 RSS Opens New Window Showing 1 5 of 20 results Items per Page Changing the value of this field will reload the page 5 10 20 30 50 75 Page Changing the value of this field will reload

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  • Blue Waters User Portal | Machine Status
    configured not to display inline frames Content can be viewed at actual source page https bluewaters ncsa illinois edu portal data src isc project storage stats php Your Blue Waters Summary Jobs Your Tickets Live Chat Manage Users Reports System Status MOTD Machine Status Calendar Usage XDMod Documentation Getting Started User Guide Known Issues Node Core Comparison Acknowledging Support Terms of Use FAQ User Support Education Overview Undergraduate Graduate Calendar

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  • Blue Waters User Portal | Calendar
    User Portal System Status Calendar Your browser does not support inline frames or is currently configured not to display inline frames Content can be viewed at actual source page https bluewaters ncsa illinois edu portal data src calendar index php default month foo bar2 Your Blue Waters Summary Jobs Your Tickets Live Chat Manage Users Reports System Status MOTD Machine Status Calendar Usage XDMod Documentation Getting Started User Guide Known

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  • Blue Waters User Portal | Usage
    Documentation Getting Started User Guide Known Issues Node Core Comparison Acknowledging Support Terms of Use FAQ User Support Education Overview Undergraduate Graduate Calendar Training Fellowships Resources Data Software Visualization User Support Impact Impact Share Results Publications Annual Report About Welcome Blue Waters Partners NEIS P2 Science Teams Blue Waters Professors Team Allocations News Help Contact Us FAQ Forgot Pin Acknowledging Support Known Issues Blue Waters is supported by the National

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  • Blue Waters User Portal | Documentation
    your PIN you will be asked to set security questions Those questions will allow you to reset your PIN or create a new one in case you forget it and to disable your OTP token if it is temporarily lost The RSA website can be finicky at times and it will time out if you take too long to complete the process If it times out use the URL in this email again as the back button will not work Science team members can obtain tokens from the Blue Waters help desk after the project PI has started the account creation process Level of Expertise Expected for Blue Waters Users Most users of systems like Blue Waters have experience with other large high performance computer systems The instructions on this portal generally assume that the reader knows how to use a Unix style command line edit files run and modify Makefiles to build code write scripts and submit jobs to a batch queue system There are some things that work slightly differently on the Cray XE system than other systems the portal documentation covers those in detail but we assume that you know the basics already If you re not at that level yet if you re unfamiliar with things like ssh emacs vi jpico qsub make top then you ll need to gain some knowledge before you can use Blue Waters effectively Here are a few links to resources that will teach you some of the basics about Unix command line tools and working on a high performance computing system https www xsede org web xup online training https newton utk edu bin view Main LinuxCommandLineBasics http websistent com linux acl tutorial explains linux Access Control Lists ACL compared with chmod Transfering Files and Data It is recommended that Globus Online GO is used for file transfers to and from Blue Waters Blue Waters has dedicated import export resources to provide superior I O access to the filesystems Most HPC centers provide GO endpoints and GO provides clients for desktop and laptop transfers Please see the Data Transfer section of the User Guide Setting Up Your Environment The default shell is bin bash You can change it by sending a request via email to help bw ncsa illinois edu The user environment is controlled using the modules environment management system Modules may be loaded unloaded or swapped either on a command line or in your HOME bashrc cshrc for csh shell startup file The command module avail will display the avail modules on the system Please see the Programming Environment section of the User Guide Building Executables The compilers are defined in the PrgEnv module for each family of compilers Invoke the ftn or cc commands with the appropriate programming environment and the underlying compilers will be employed To see the options specific to a compiler pgi vs cray consult the man pages for the vendor s compiler man pgf90 or man crayftn The correct xt libsci providing the

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  • Blue Waters User Portal | Getting Started
    it is temporarily lost The RSA website can be finicky at times and it will time out if you take too long to complete the process If it times out use the URL in this email again as the back button will not work Science team members can obtain tokens from the Blue Waters help desk after the project PI has started the account creation process Level of Expertise Expected for Blue Waters Users Most users of systems like Blue Waters have experience with other large high performance computer systems The instructions on this portal generally assume that the reader knows how to use a Unix style command line edit files run and modify Makefiles to build code write scripts and submit jobs to a batch queue system There are some things that work slightly differently on the Cray XE system than other systems the portal documentation covers those in detail but we assume that you know the basics already If you re not at that level yet if you re unfamiliar with things like ssh emacs vi jpico qsub make top then you ll need to gain some knowledge before you can use Blue Waters effectively Here are a few links to resources that will teach you some of the basics about Unix command line tools and working on a high performance computing system https www xsede org web xup online training https newton utk edu bin view Main LinuxCommandLineBasics http websistent com linux acl tutorial explains linux Access Control Lists ACL compared with chmod Transfering Files and Data It is recommended that Globus Online GO is used for file transfers to and from Blue Waters Blue Waters has dedicated import export resources to provide superior I O access to the filesystems Most HPC centers provide GO endpoints and GO provides clients for desktop and laptop transfers Please see the Data Transfer section of the User Guide Setting Up Your Environment The default shell is bin bash You can change it by sending a request via email to help bw ncsa illinois edu The user environment is controlled using the modules environment management system Modules may be loaded unloaded or swapped either on a command line or in your HOME bashrc cshrc for csh shell startup file The command module avail will display the avail modules on the system Please see the Programming Environment section of the User Guide Building Executables The compilers are defined in the PrgEnv module for each family of compilers Invoke the ftn or cc commands with the appropriate programming environment and the underlying compilers will be employed To see the options specific to a compiler pgi vs cray consult the man pages for the vendor s compiler man pgf90 or man crayftn The correct xt libsci providing the lapack libs for your programming environment is automatically included in the PrgEnv module you choose The default programming environment module PrgEnv cray invokes the Cray compilers PGI compilers are available via the PrgEnv pgi module Gnu

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