We provide systems administration support and management for faculty-owned HPC clusters. Our standard is using Slurm/OpenHPC built on Rocky Linux 8, and zfs on Rocky Linux 8 for storage nodes.
We also have access to various resources for high performance computing both locally (the campus Hummingbird cluster) and remotely at the San Diego Super Computer Center. Some sites with robust computational tools.
- Contract arrangement with AWS (Amazon) cloud
- Life Science researchers check out iPlant HPC
- Science as a Service web based tools DiaGrid
- Biomedical research tools Galaxy
- Clustal Omega on line
Please fill in the form below with information in regards to software and your research.
Local Resources (Hummingbird Cluster @ UCSC)
To access the cluster you need ssh and use it as follows:
Use your gold password to login.
Use ‘sftp’ in order to move files to the system, or a GUI ftp program like Filezilla.
Use sftp <cruzid>@hbfeeder.ucsc.edu
More information can be found the Hummingbird Cluster official website