Presented by: FAS Research Computing
New Location: Room 353, 52 Oxford Street, Cambridge, MA (directions)
There are three main types of parallel workflows: pleasantly parallel (job-array), tightly coupled (SMP threads), distributed parallelism (MPI). Each of these workflows has a different requirement when submitting to the SLURM job scheduler. In this session, we will cover the basic concepts around parallel processing and provide examples on how best to submit these types of jobs. Audience: Students, Post Docs, Researchers, and other staff. Pre-Requisites: You should already be familiar with running jobs on the FASRC cluster. While a laptop is not required for this class, it may be useful for following along and trying examples.
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