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Set up your own cluster? see: [[So you want to set up a lab]]   
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Set up your own cluster? see: [[So you want to set up a lab]]  If you are a group member, please use [[Cluster 2]]. Generally, these are kept separate, with some specific [[cluster exceptions|exceptions]].
If you are a group member, please use [[Cluster 2]] if you can.  If you must, use [[Cluster 0]] or [Cluster 1]].
 
Generally, these are kept separate, with some specific [[cluster exceptions|exceptions]].
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 06:26, 3 June 2015

Set up your own cluster? see: So you want to set up a lab If you are a group member, please use Cluster 2. Generally, these are kept separate, with some specific exceptions.

Cluster ID Description How to get started sge-CPU-cores Our disk space Notes
Cluster 0 Legacy UCSF cluster Closed 590 20 TB Legacy use only. Will continue to shrink.
Cluster 1 Toronto Cluster Closed 448 40 TB Defunct
Cluster 2 New UCSF cluster Teague 448 120 TB Default cluster
Cluster 3 UCSF Shared Cluster Teague -> Josh 6301 120 TB Shared UID space! cross mounted disks!
Cluster 5 Amazon Cloud Teague unlimited unlimited Commercial. Ask us. Watch out for bandwidth costs.
Cluster 6 Google cloud Teague unlimited unlimited Commercial. Ask us. Watch out for bandwidth costs.

Access our clusters from secure machines only. If unsure, ask the sysadmins.