Getting started on Carbonate
carbonate.uits.iu.edu) at Indiana University is a large memory computer cluster configured to support high-performance, data-intensive computing. Carbonate can handle computing tasks for researchers using genome assembly software, large-scale phylogenetic software, and other genome analysis applications that require large amounts of computer memory. Accounts are available to IU students, faculty, and staff.
Following is a selection of IU Knowledge Base documents to help you get started using Carbonate. For additional documentation, search the Knowledge Base. For slides and lab files from past high-performance computing workshops, see Supercomputing quick start guides.
On this page:
- System overview
- Accounts, access, and user policies
- Programming environment
- Running jobs
- X forwarding and interactive jobs
- Application-specific help
- Getting help
Accounts, access, and user policies
- Accessing Carbonate
- Your responsibilities as a computer user at IU
- Available access to allocated and short-term storage capacity on IU's research systems
- Working with research data containing PHI
- Using Modules to manage your software environment
- Carbonate software installation policy
- Compiling programs on Carbonate
X forwarding and interactive jobs
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