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Finding the key to your locks

Finding the key to your locks

Posted on 24 November 2016 by Thomas Green

Websites can be very useful for HPC to allow easier access. Recently we had an issue with a website we use and learned a few things on the way. Know […]

Perls of wisdom

Perls of wisdom

Posted on 9 November 2015 by Thomas Green

It has been a long summer and it is time again to create a little post for a recent encounter on our supercomputer. Errors in Perl Perl is a common […]

Working with DRMAA

Working with DRMAA

Posted on 2 March 2015 by Thomas Green

Anyone who might have read earlier posts might have come across previous post on Galaxy. This used DRMAA to submit jobs when using a PBS Pro as a job scheduler. […]

Bashing those script bugs

Posted on 20 November 2014 by Thomas Green

Recently we had a user report a problem where they had managed to start copying the complete filesystem of a compute node into their home directory. Fortunately for us we […]

Arguments cause headaches

Posted on 27 August 2014 by Thomas Green

Having spent some time taking a look at a problem for a researcher where a program would quit with the dreaded: Segmentation fault (core dumped) It led to a common […]