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HPRC Usage 2021

2021 Usage data for HPRC has been compiled. It shows a slight drop (3.3%) in overall usage. This follows a 10% increase in usage in the first year of the pandemic. Simultaneously certain departments seem to have increased their overall usage with the most marked of these being Chemistry (an increase of almost 1 million […]

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R-4.0.3 Installed on Godel cluster

  The latest version of R has been installed on the Godel Cluster. It is located in /usr/global/R-4.0.3. If you wish to use it interactively use the commands below. You can also setup a qsub script to run your jobs. […]

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CHiPC CPU Usage 2018-2020

Over the past year, CHiPC has seen an increase in usage of over 1.37 million CPU hours. […]

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Acknowledging CHiPC

Maintaining an HPC environment is expensive. CHiPC and the Office of Research and Innovation request that you acknowledge your use of the campus clusters in papers or other publications of research which benefited from the use of these resources. These acknowledgements assist us in convincing people of the value of these resources to campus, and […]

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2019 Grant Language

Now Posted under the Research Menu The VCU Center for High Performance Computing (CHiPC) occupies approximately 2000 sq ft of total space, predominantly on the third floor of Harris Hall on the Monroe Park Campus. The mission of the CHiPC is to provide high performance computing services for the VCU research community. To accomplish this […]

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2019 CHiPC User Survey

Many of you have likely received the CHiPC User Survey email that went out last week. If you have, please consider completing the short survey. This information will be used to help determine hardware, software and staffing needs for the Center as we move forward. If you have not received an email, you may go […]

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Linux Bootcamp

If you are interested in attending a Linux Bootcamp this semester, please let us know. The class generally runs 4-6 hours and is designed to bring users up to speed with interacting with the linux environment. Special arrangements can be made to tailor the class to the needs of specific departments, and can include the […]

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