Category: Slurm

“gpudebug” partition is for debugging GPU applications only. A “gpudebug” command is available for starting a Slurm session. The following command (email address is optional) will get you a Slurm session with 12 CPU cores, 12GB CPU memory and 1 …

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Please be noted that SUMA (suma) won’t run when connecting to the cluster using X2Go, so we have to use ssh (Linux / MacOS users) or git bash (Windows users) to connect to the cluster if we need to run …

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Note: you need to sign into the Psychology cluster (new, neurocomp0) to run the following commands. “R/3.5.3” module is required for running FIX jobs. To load “R/3.5.3” module, please run the following command: module load R/3.5.3

When you start a GUI Matlab session on the cluster, you may see the following warning: Warning: MATLAB has disabled some advanced graphics rendering features by switching to software OpenGL.This can also cause errors when you use some Matlab programs …

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With Python 2 end of life on January 1, 2020, there are no guarantees that Python 2 developers and Python 2 package developers will fix Python 2 bugs or security holes. However, Python 2 and Anaconda 2 will still be …

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A MacOS user may get an error message when starts FSLeyes (fsleyes) program on the PSY cluster: Gdk-ERROR **: The program ‘fsleyes’ received an X Window System error. This probably reflects a bug in the program. The error was ‘BadValue …

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Once you sign into the PSY cluster using X2Go, you can follow the following instructions to start a GUI interactive session. Open a terminal Run srun command to start a GUI session, for example,srun -p interactive -N 1 -c 2 …

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Note:Cluster head node may change in the future, this example is using “neurocomp0.utsc.utoronto.ca”. Note:Click on the images to see details. 1: Open a terminal and connect to neurocomp0 using SSH, and then run the following command (jupyter is the session …

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Note: you need to sign into the Psychology cluster (neurocomp0) to run the following commands. Note: we’ll add more examples and adjust fairness rules after we add more resources to the “new” cluster. For SGE users, please have a quick …

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Note: you need to sign into the Psychology cluster to run the following commands. 1) Check your home folder location echo $HOME cd; pwd 2) Check free disk space of all partitions df -h | egrep ‘(neurocomp|archive|dm-0)’ | awk ‘{print …

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