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High Performance Computing

Stampede (Dell Power Edge Cluster with Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors)

TACC debuts Stampede, the first deployment of Intel's MIC architecture

Lonestar (Dell Linux Cluster)

An introduction to using TACC's Dell Linux Cluster

Scientific Visualization

Maverick (HP/NVIDIA Visualization and Data Analysis Cluster) New!!

TACC's new interactive visualization and data analysis resource

Longhorn (Dell/NVIDIA Visualization and Data Analysis Cluster) decommissioning April, 2014

An introduction to using TACC's Longhorn Visualization and Data Analysis System

Stallion (Dell Visualization Cluster)

An introduction to using TACC's Stallion Visualization System

Storage and Distributed Computing

Corral Data Applications Facility

The TACC Data Applications Facility support data-centric science at the University of Texas. Corral consists of 1.2 Petabytes of online disk and a number of servers providing high-performance storage for all types of digital data.

Ranch Mass Storage Services at TACC

The TACC mass storage server provides both short term and long term high performance storage (HPS). A Sun Microsystems® StorageTek ranch (ranch.tacc.utexas.edu) utilizes Sun's Storage Archive Manager Filesystem (SAM-FS) for migrating files to/from a tape archival system with a current storage capacity of 1 Petabyte(PB).

iRODS User Guide

A guide to using the iRODS data and grid management tool at TACC

Manage Permissions with Access Control Lists

A guide to controlling who sees what and managing access to your files

Web-based Access to Corral's iRODS repository

A tutorial to storing and retrieving files stored in the Corral iRODS repository

Web-based Permissions Management New!!

A tutorial to managing permissions (ACLs) via web interface

Additional Documentation

Creating and Managing Allocations

How to manage your TACC allocation: add users, create and administer projects and more

idev User Guide

A guide to idev, a TACC-developed app designed to aid developers with interactive access to compute nodes

Using the DDT Parallel Debugger

A guide to using the Allinea DDT Parallel Debugger, a symbolic, parallel debugger that enables the graphical debugging of MPI applications

Using Modules to Load the Programming Environment

The dos and don'ts of configuring your shell and session start-up files

Last update: April 18, 2014