From TAMU High Performance Research Computing
- Ada, an IBM NeXtScale Cluster: Ada User Guide
- Terra, a Lenovo x86 HPC Cluster: Terra User Guide
- Curie, an IBM Power7+ Cluster: Curie User Guide
- HPRCLab, our Linux workstations at the Student Computing center: HPRC Lab Linux Workstations
- Introduction to the AMS system and instructions for activating and managing your HPC resources: Account Activation and Management
- Accessing our systems with SSH: Accessing TAMU Supercomputing Machines
- Basic concepts in Unix: A Brief Introduction to UNIX
- Basic Unix Commands: Handy UNIX Commands
- Brief overview of software packages installed on our systems: Available Software
- An overview of the Modules system: The Modules System
- The TAMU VPN Service, for connecting from outside the campus firewall: Virtual Private Networks
- Frequently asked Questions: Common Problems & FAQ
Short Course Materials
See our current short course schedule for links to each course. Most have links covering course subject matter.
- MVAPICH2 Documentation MVAPICH2 v1.7 Users Guide. Also in html and a Quick Introduction to MVAPICH2.
- Introduction to PETSc [TACC Tutorial 01/10/2011] Presentation material on PETSc prepared by Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) at UT Austin
- TAMU/Intel Tutorial on Compilers, Libraries, and Tools Presentation materials from the Intel Tutorial hosted at TAMU
- GPU/CUDA/OpenCL Programming Presentation materials from the GPU Workshop hosted at TAMU
- Unix Tutorials for Beginners This tutorial introduces basic UNIX concepts.
- TAMU MPI Tutorial An introduction to MPI, the Message Passing Interface library. Code examples and compilation tips are provided for TAMU Supercomputing machines.
- PACS' Interactive MPI Course An online MPI course. Free registration is required.
- OpenMP Tutorial: Provides an introduction to shared memory parallelization with OpenMP. ( PDF )
- OpenMP 3.0: An Overview Provides an alternative introduction to shared memory parallelization with OpenMP. ( PDF ) (Examples )
- Scalar Code Optimization: This guide provides an introduction to scalar optimization concepts and techniques with examples for the SGI Origin 3800. ( Postscript - PDF )