High Performance Computing Center North
Compilers are preferrably loaded as part of compiler toolchains. Read our page "Installed Compilers" for more about that.
To list all compiler toolchains, either do
This section provides information about the compilers at HPC2N. There are instructions about their usage, and some of the most popular flags, as well as the provided libraries and how to link to them.
There is also a section with an introduction to makefiles, a few examples, and links to more information.
There are several possible ways to transfer files and data to and from HPC2N's systems.
There are a number of options for archiving and compressing directories and files at HPC2N.
As you may have noticed, there are a couple of directories in your home directory that have been created to make it easier to protect and share files.
A place to put files that should be readable by anyone in the whole world. This includes .forward, .bashrc, .tcshrc, and similar files.
Files that should only be readable by the owner. This directory is not listable by anyone except the owner.
This section provides information about the file systems at HPC2N. It is especially important that jobs be run from the parallel file system 'pfs', not your AFS home directory. Read more on the 'File system/Storage' page.
There is also a short description of the most common environment variables, as well as instructions on how to compress and archive your data and other files.