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Access to Kraken or Stampede
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For some reason I wasn't able to create a support ticket for the NEES website, I kept getting an 'Invalid Token' error. The general website email address sent me back...
Simulation Wiki Tutorial - Batchsubmit Fundamentals
This tutorial describes how to submit a job to the high performance computing capabilities available at the NEEShub using the batchsubmit command. This tutorial is not intended to be advanced and...
1 Simulation tools
1.1.1 Accessing the Workspace
1.1.2 Launching OpenSees as you would on your local computer
1.1.3 Running Simulations on the NEEShub Servers
Batchsubmit Tutorial For OpenSEES Day 2012
2 Step 1 – Upload simulations to your home directory
3 Step 2 – Launch workspace
4 Step 3 – Running batchsubmit
5 Step 4 – What is the state...
Simulation Wiki Tutorial - Running Parameter Sweep Applications on Large Clusters
Parameter Sweep Examples
Following is a very simple example of running OpenSeesMP with batchsubmit:
You have 24 ground motions to simulate, and have a “for loop” that...
High Performance Computing on NEEShub
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06 Sep 2012 | Active Documents | Contributor(s): Gemez Marshall
Slides presented at OpenSees Days 2012 in Berkeley, CA.
difference between running program in workspace and runnig program in opensees interpreter tool
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I was wondering if there is any difference between submitting and running program in workspace using batchsubmit command and running program using opensees interpreter tool in...