How to Get Help on Unity

The documentation gathered here is intended to provide quick, convenient guidance to using Unity. If you don't find the answer to your question here, please contact us at It helps if you include the word "Unity" in your subject.

We've identified some specific, common needs.

More generally, we can meet to discuss other issues, such as purchasing an exclusive compute node.

Throughout this documentation, we link to documentation from OSC, XSEDE and other sites. Not only does this approach let us avoid plagiarizing others' work, but more importantly, it points our users to documentation from larger HPC centers that they may use in the future.

But don't waste your time figuring out which "bin" your question falls into; for any Unity question (as well as any other request for ASCTech), you can just send email to


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