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Data Services Class Descriptions

Information, materials, and schedules for all currently offered Data Services classes.
This tutorial provides a basic understanding of using Slurm and the HPC Greene cluster. Slurm is a cluster software layer built on top of the inter-connected nodes, aiming at orchestrating the nodes' computing activities, so that the cluster could be viewed as a unified, enhanced and scalable computing system by its users.
Software: Slurm
Duration: 120 min

Room description:

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Skills Taught / Learning Outcomes:
  • Overview of Slurm 
  • Running batch jobs in R
  • Running array jobs
Class Materials: Link to Class Materials
Related Classes:

Introduction to Unix/Linux and the Shell

Big Data Tutorial 1: MapReduce

Big Data Tutorial 2: Using Hive

Big Data Tutorial 3: Introduction to Spark

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