The new tutorial can thus be accessed at any time - on the HKHLR website in the "Tutorials" section.
The 16-minute tutorial explains what actually distinguishes the high performance computer from a normal desktop PC, shows how to login and use the module system, and explains the Slurm batch system. Practical timestamps make it possible to jump to the individual sections.
Lichtenberg 2 Cluster
The Lichtenberg 2 Cluster at TU Darmstadt is a high-performance computer of the medium performance class (Tier-2). It has a heterogeneous architecture including large-memory nodes, accelerator systems with dedicated NVIDIA GP-GPUs, and several DGX A100 systems to support modern AI research.
The cluster is open to scientists from all universities and public research institutions in Germany. Computing resources are granted through a science-led allocation process.