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This course has been designed to help users access the research/teaching and Viking Linux servers. 

There are a number of different computing facilities available at the University of York.  Ask yourselves if you have found the following when conducting your research on your local machine?

  • Your workload is taking a long time to run on either your local machine or the Linux managed Service. (>6hrs)

  • It uses all your machines resources (CPU/Memory)

  • You need access to lots of memory

  • You need access to GPUs

  • You are either using or producing a lot of data

  • You think you could cut your job into smaller chunks and process them at the same time
  • You know you want to analyse larger datasets in the future.

We have a few different machines to use when have found you are in the above position.  For this tutorial we will focus on the Linux machines such as research/teaching servers and Viking.  Here will will give you a very brief introduction on how to access these machines.

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