These pages are use cases and examples of utilization of the RIS Compute Platform and have been separated into different topics.
The following page describes creating a secure ssh keypair between the RIS Compute Platform and your local machine.
This sets up for a “password free” login to the RIS Compute Platform.
The following describes Docker as it relates to the RIS Compute Platform.
The following documentation goes into depth on the options available for running jobs and includes some examples.
- Job Execution Examples
- General Guidelines and Tips
- Launch Interactive Jobs
- Start an Interactive Job With Access to All My Data
- Using “Condos” or Landing Jobs on Specific Hosts
- Assign Execution Priority
- Job Groups
- Resource Requirements
- Memory Resources
- CPU Resources
- GPU Resources
- Attach to an Already Running Container
- Kill Running Jobs
- Host Resources
- Host Status
- Expose Ports From Within Containers
- Set container-specific environment variables
- Set container-specific host definitions
- Application Profiles
The following documentation discusses using different queues and the LSF configurations based around that usage.
The following documentation discusses the differences between slurm and LSF to ease transition between using the different queue systems.
The following is documentation about using parallel computing on the RIS Compute Platform.
The following is documentation on the Docker environment variables used within the RIS Compute Platform.
- Docker Wrapper Environment Variables
The following documentation covers frequently asked questions about the Recipes section.
The following is documentation on using port forwarding with gui docker images on the RIS Compute Platform.
The following is documentation on the IBM LSF RTM.
The following is documentation on using the Compute Platform for software development.
- RIS Software Development Workshop
The following pages are tutorials on how to use specific applications on the RIS Compute Platform.
The following are public maintained Docker images that RIS has checked for compatibility with the RIS Compute Platform.
Not all software has test cases and so the compatibility has been tested to the best ability that RIS can.
The following are Docker images or Docker files that have been developed in collaboration with RIS staff.
The following is documentation about the relationship between the RIS Compute Platform and the RIS Storage Platform.
The following documentation describes moving data between compute clusters.
- Copying Data Between Compute Clusters