Sherlock changelog

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A better view at Sherlock's resources

by Kilian Cavalotti
Scheduler
Improvement
New
How many jobs are running? What partitions do I have access to? How many CPUs can I use? Where should I submit my jobs? Any of those sound familiar? We know it's not always easy to navigate the native scheduler tools, their syntax, and...
A better view at Sherlock's resources

New GPU node available on Sherlock

by Kilian Cavalotti
New
Hardware
There's a new GPU node in the gpu partition! It's notable for a list of reasons. This is the first node on Sherlock to feature both: the latest generation of Intel CPUs (Skylake), the latest generation of computing-optimized NVIDIA GPUs...
New GPU node available on Sherlock

A better way to check quotas on Sherlock

by Kilian Cavalotti
New
Improvement
We're very pleased to introduce a new way to check data usage on Sherlock, all from a single command, and using an hopefully simpler way to display information than before. Introducing sh_quota sh_quota, the new quota checking tool for...
A better way to check quotas on Sherlock

Sherlock OnDemand

by Kilian Cavalotti
New
Announce
Today, we're announcing Sherlock OnDemand, a brand new way to use the Sherlock cluster. Hot on the heels of the SC18 Supercomputing Conference, and right in time for the long Thanksgiving week-end, we thought that a good way to thank...
Sherlock OnDemand

Status info at login

by Kilian Cavalotti
If you recently logged in, you probably already noticed it: now, when you connect to Sherlock, you can see some new status information displayed right before your command prompt. New status information at login At login, you'll know...
New
Improvement