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MSI Beta

MSI Beta icon.jpg MSI Beta is a way for MSI’s staff and users to explore new technologies without hindering ongoing research. It includes a number of new and experimental computing technologies. An article about MSI Beta appeared in the Office of the Vice President for Research Inquiry blog...

LMVL Resources

About the resources in the LMVL The LMVL viewing auditorium can accommodate audiences of up to 40 standing, or 25 sitting at desks. The three large rear projected screens present a 27 ¾’ by 7 ½’ viewing area in a semi-immersive arch that surrounds the field of view for small groups of 5-10. Each of...

Blue Waters Graduate Fellowships

posted December 5, 2013 The Blue Waters project has issued a call for applications for its Graduate Fellowship Program for HPC Research. PhD students selected for this program will receive a stipend, tuition allowance, an allocation on the Blue Waters system, and a travel allowance to attend a Blue...

Blue Waters Graduate Fellowships Deadline Feb 3

posted January 21, 2014 The deadline for applying to the Blue Waters Graduate Fellowship Program for HPC Research is February 3, 2014, at 9 pm EST. PhD students selected for this program will receive a stipend, tuition allowance, an allocation on the Blue Waters system, and a travel allowance to...

How does a PI set a group admin?

A Principal Investigator (PI) may assign a user in his or her group the role of Group Administrator. The Group Admin has privileges to carry out administrative functions for the group, such as adding new users, and giving group members access to HPC resources. The Group Admin must have an MSI...

Can I purchase dedicated resources for my research?

MSI provides over 125 million hours worth of computing and over 2 PB of data storage for free to University of Minnesota faculty and their collaborators on an annual basis ( Getting Access to MSI ). In some cases, UMN faculty are engaged in research that requires guaranteed or dedicated access to...

Blue Waters Graduate Fellowships 2017

The Blue Waters project has issued a call for applications for its Graduate Fellowship Program for HPC Research. PhD students selected for this program will receive a stipend, tuition allowance, an allocation on the Blue Waters system, and a travel allowance to attend a Blue Waters-sponsored...

libdrmaa

Software Description: 

DRMAA (Distributed Resource Management Application API) is a specification developed by a working group in the Global Grid Forum (GGF). The intention is to provide an API specification for the submission and control of jobs to one or more Distributed Resource Management (DRM) systems.

Software Support Level: 
Secondary Support
Software Access Level: 
Open Access
Software Categories: 
Software Interactive/GUI: 
No
General Linux Documentation: 

To run this software interactively in a Linux environment run the commands:

module load libdrmaa
hpc-bash

    or

drmaa-run
 
 

Connecting to Interactive HPC Resources

Interactive sessions provide direct access to software modules hosted by MSI. They also provide direct access to all of your group’s data on our MSI-wide network file system. Use interactive sessions to prototype workflows, compile code, edit source and analyze/visualize data. When prototypes are...

Facilities Overview (Full)

Established in 1983, the Minnesota Supercomputing Institute (MSI) is the University of Minnesota's principle center for computational research. MSI provides services to over 850 active groups that sponsor more than 4,500 unique users from 19 different university colleges, maintaining an array of...

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