PAPI provides the tool designer and application engineer with a consistent interface and methodology for use of the performance counter hardware found in most major microprocessors. PAPI enables software engineers to see, in near real time, the relation between software performance and processor events.
This software will be of interest only to HPC experts.
The default modules of some packages were updated on Ruby. Users who have built their own software may be required to rebuild their software or explicitly load the compiler and MPI modules used in building the software. For more details
In order for users to access OSC resources through the web your firewall rules should allow for connections to the following IP ranges. Otherwise, users may be blocked or denied access to our services.
Users who are unsure of whether their network is blocking theses hosts or ports should contact their local IT administrator.
IT and Network Administrators
Ensure your clients have the following ports opened up in order to acess our resources.
OSC is refreshing the software stack on Ruby on September 15, 2015 (during the scheduled downtime). During the software refresh, some default versions are updated to be more up-to-date. Information about the old and new default versions, as well as all available versions of each software package will be included on the corresponding OSC software webpage. See https://www.osc.edu/supercomputing/software-list.
OSC timely installs new software versions on OSC systems, and periodically do coordinated software refresh (update the default versions to be more up-to-date and remove some versions that are quite out of date) on OSC systems. While we encourage everyone to use up-to-date software, the old defaults will still be available till the next software refresh, in case some users prefer to use the old defaults. The software refresh is usually made during the scheduled downtime, while we will send out notifications to all users ahead of time for any questions/suggestions/concerns.