Condor Boot Camp at Purdue - October 25, 2007

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October 10, 2007

The Rosen Center for Advanced Computing (RCAC) at Purdue is developing a campus-wide and state-wide consortium tentatively called BoilerGrid. BoilerGrid will offer to participants the use of idle cycles from a large number of computers for the purpose of conducting scientific research.

Condor from U. of Wisconsin is a specialized workload management system for compute-intensive jobs. Condor provides job-queuing, scheduling policies, priorities, resource monitoring, and resource management. Condor is able to operate on idle cycles on regular computer hardware. The student lab that sits idle in your department for 12 hours a day can now become a compute resource useful to researchers around the state with "high-throughput" applications.

By harnessing these idle cycles on HPC clusters and student labs, RCAC is able to deliver millions of hours of computing time to researchers from Purdue, the state of Indiana, and the nation.

Condor “Boot Camp” Thursday, October 25, 2007 10:00a.m.-3:00p.m. Burton Morgan Center Room 121 Purdue Campus

Audience: Sysadmins from departments around campus and universities from the state of Indiana

Content: Condor 101: the basics of Condor: what it does, and how to use it.

Basic Condor administration: Things you'll need to know to maintain your installation, configure execution policy on your machines, how to get help ...

Registration:

No charge. dcsterre@purdue.edu

Parking:

Parking permits will be available for non-Purdue attendees. Please pick up your permit between 9:30-10:00 am at the circle drive in front of the Burton Morgan Center.

Questions:

Technical: Preston Smith psmith@purdue.edu

Administrative (parking and other): Debbie Sterrett dcsterre@purdue.edu

Originally posted: October 10, 2007