Please be patient with us as we attempt to build a new software resource library. You will notice the tabbed content below, this will be the new structure for all of our software resouce pages. This main software page is here to give you a quick look at what to expect on the individual Software pages. We have tried to split our software into meaningful categories, but if you are having trouble finding help on a peice of software check out alhpabetical listing here.
- HPC Docs
- HPC Tutorials
- Linux Docs
- Linux Tutorials
- Windows Docs
- Windows Tutorials
Each Supported Software Title will have a page layout identical to this page. The Overview will give a brief description of the software and a list of wear it is installed on campus.
CST 2014 is currently installed on the cluster.
#PBS -N jobfilename
#PBS -q firstname.lastname@example.org
#PBS -l nodes=1:ppn=7
#PBS -l walltime=08:00:00
#PBS -m abe
#PBS -M email@example.com
/share/apps/CST2014/cst_design_environment /home/userID/path_to_cst_file/example.cst --r --withgpu=7 --defaultacc
Nodes=1 -- this will use one CUDA chassis in the cluster
ppn=7 -- this will use 7 GPU cards in the one chassis
Set the WORKDIR to the location of CST executables then your path to your .cst models with the default switches --r --withgpu=7 --defaultacc
CST for Linux only installs the solvers, i.e. the number crunching code for CST.
To build models and geometries, you must build them on a Windows system.
This tab will contain a single quickstart tutorial for using the application on our campus Linux Systems, or links to several tutorials.
This tab will contain Windows Specific documenation about the software title
This tab will contain a single quickstart tutorial for using the application on our campus Windows Systems, or links to several tutorials.