Simulating the Effects of a Space Radiation Environment with a Ground-Based Model by Jeff Chancellor, et al.
Simulation of the final moments of Germanwings Flight 9525, deliberately crashed in the French Alps on March 24, 2015 by Goong Chen, et al.
Simulation and crash tests of a vehicle impacting a short-radius guardrail at 62 MPH by Akram Abu-Odeh at the Texas A&M Transportation Institute.
Structures of the Carbon-Phosphorus Lyase Complex Reveal the Binding Mode of the NBD-like PhnK by Junjiez Zhang, et al.
Electrostatic potential map for Si cluster and solvent decomposition products by Perla Balbuena.
Distribution of water molecules along the surface of major and minor grooves of methylated-DNA discovered from atomistic molecular dynamics simulations performed by Wonmuk Hwang.
The Texas A&M exhibit booth by HPRC at the SC16 conference in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Texas A&M HPRC became an Intel Parallel Computing Center in 2016 with the primary focus on modernizing OpenFOAM to increase parallelism and scalability through optimizations that leverage Intel Xeon Phi processors.
Terra3 Hardware Maintenance, March 16
(UPDATE: 3/16 10:53am): The hardware maintenance for the terra3.tamu.edu login node has been completed.
The terra3.tamu.edu login node will be undergoing hardware maintenance from 10am to 12pm on Friday, March 16.
Reservation for Large Jobs on Ada Cluster, March 16
9760 cores on 488 nodes will be reserved for scheduling large jobs on Ada from 9am to 9pm on Friday, March 16. Jobs will not be scheduled on the reserved compute nodes if they would overlap with the reservation.
Fast Transfer Nodes Status, March 14
(UPDATE: 3/14 1:00pm): ALL fast transfer nodes are now availaable for both the Terra and Ada clusters.
(UPDATE: 3/10 2:41pm): ALL fast transfer nodes are unavailable for both Terra and Ada due to network hardware problems. We currently do not know when the TAMU IT network hardware will be repaired or replaced.
(UPDATE (1/30 6:40pm): The ada-ftn2.tamu.edu fast transfer node is now available with a temporary 10 Gbps network connection. The ada-ftn1.tamu.edu fast transfer node will remain unavailable while we continue investigating the 40 Gbps connection problems.
The fast transfer nodes, ada-ftn1.tamu.edu and ada-ftn2.tamu.edu, are currently unavailable. We are currently working with TAMU IT networking to fix the problem. Please contact the HPRC helpdesk if you need assistance with large data transfers that cannot be done via the Ada login nodes.
Terra Batch System Status, March 13
We have observed intermittent problems with the batch system on Terra where some jobs continually restart after some amount of time. We are currently draining all compute nodes to restart the batch system daemons.
Terra Cluster Maintenance Completed, March 9-10
(UPDATE 3/10 9:15pm): The Terra cluster maintenance has been completed. The Terra cluster is now available and job scheduling has resumed.
(UPDATE 3/10 6:21pm): The Terra cluster maintenance has been extended to 9pm to allow for additional testing.
The Terra cluster will be unavailable from 9am on Friday, March 9th to 6pm on Saturday, March 10th. Software and hardware maintenance will be performed on March 9. The Teague data center will be undergoing electrical maintenance that requires Terra to be powered down on March 10. Jobs will not be scheduled if they will overlap with this maintenance window.