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* [https://www.computecanada.ca/research-portal/accessing-resources/available-resources/ List of current Compute Canada systems]
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* [[Cedar|Cedar (GP2)]] and [[Graham|Graham (GP3)]], general-purpose clusters
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** [[System status]] and '''upcoming outages'''
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** [[Known issues]]
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* [[LP|Niagara (LP)]], a cluster designed for large parallel jobs
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* [[Available software]]
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* [[National Data Cyberinfrastructure]], long-term and tape storage services (limited availability)
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* [[Cloud]] computing service
 
* [[Globus]] file transfer service
 
* [[Globus]] file transfer service
* [[CC-Cloud]] computing service
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* [[Migration from Legacy Regional Systems to Compute Canada National Systems 2016-18]]
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* FAQ, [[Frequently Asked Questions]]
* [[Cedar|Cedar (GP2)]] and [[Graham|Graham (GP3)]], general-purpose clusters for serial and small parallel jobs, are under construction
 
* [https://www.computecanada.ca/research-portal/national-services/compute/ List of current Compute Canada systems]
 
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* [[Migration2016]] Details for the migration of users to the new compute and storage systems.
 
 
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* [[Getting Started]]
 
* [[Getting Started]]
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** [[Getting Started with the new National Systems | Getting Started with the new National Systems (mini-webinar series)]]
* [[SSH]] - How to connect to our servers
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** [[Niagara_Quickstart | Niagara Quick Start Guide]]
* [[General Directives for Migration]]
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** [[SSH]] - How to connect to our servers
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* [[Storage_and_file_management|Storage and File Management]]
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** [[Transferring data]]
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** [[Scratch purging policy]]
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* [[Best practices for data migration]]
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* [[Utiliser_des_modules/en|Using modules]] to access software
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* [[Running jobs]]
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* [[Installing software in your home directory|Installing Software Yourself]]
 
* [[Programming Guide]]
 
* [[Programming Guide]]
 
* [[Visualization]]
 
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* [[AI and Machine Learning]]
* [[Available software]]
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* [[Bioinformatics]]
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* [[Biomolecular simulation]]
* Discipline guides on [[bioinformatics]], [[biomolecular simulation]], [[computational chemistry]], [[computational fluid dynamics]] (CFD), [[humanities]], [[subatomic physics]]
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Latest revision as of 14:23, 3 May 2018


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Welcome to the Compute Canada technical documentation wiki. This is the primary source for users with questions on Compute Canada equipment and services.

The focus here is on national services and systems. For documentation on services and systems managed by our regional partners, please use the links provided below.

This wiki is a constant work-in-progress and some links might take you to pages which do not yet have content; such pages display like this. Our staff works constantly to improve and expand the available documentation.

Systems and services

How-to guides

Discipline guides

Regional partners and services