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Ohio State's College of Arts and Sciences provides a heterogeneous Linux cluster housing many privately-owned Linux nodes and a few public nodes. This arrangement allows researchers to concentrate on their research while the College's professional staff installs and maintains researchers' nodes, installs and patches operating systems and commonly-used applications, manages networking and storage, and provides consultation and training. This popular service now contains more than one hundred nodes that research groups have configured to meet their specific compute and storage needs. The cluster's software closely resembles the homogeneous public clusters at the Ohio Supercomputer Center, allowing easy transition to those larger facilities when appropriate.

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Computation reported in this work was carried out on the Unity cluster of the College of Arts and Sciences at the Ohio State University. The computational resources and support provided are gratefully acknowledged.

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Article ID: 148223
Tue 12/13/22 8:41 AM
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