The pages below explain how to access and use the CACDS high-performance computing environment.
If you seek additional help or information not contained in these pages, please open a support ticket.
|Getting Started on Sabine/Opuntia
A quick start guide to get running on our clusters for first-time users.
|What's new on our clusters
New operatins model on Sabine/Opuntia clusters.
Information about allocations.
|Maxwell User Guide
A quick start guide to get running on Maxwell.
|Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions about CACDS systems.
Technical terms used in the User Guide.
To make the User Guide more accessible, we have tried to explain key terms in a non-technical way. When reading the User Guide pages, please keep in mind the following:
- a core is the microprocessor that carries out the computation (also, "central processing unit", or CPU),
- a node is a machine that will handle your computing tasks (it has memory, cores and an operating system),
- a partition is a collection of nodes with similar technical specifications (amount of memory, etc.), and
- the cluster is the complete collection of nodes with networking and file storage facilities.