- Computer Model Provides a New Portrait of Carbon Dioxide
- An ultra-high-resolution computer model gives scientists a stunning new look at how atmospheric carbon dioxide travels around the globe. The NASA Center for Climate Simulation (NCCS) Discover supercomputer hosted the Nature Run simulation, which produced nearly four petabytes of data.
- NASA Highlights Mission Advances at Supercomputing Conference
- From our home planet to the far reaches of space, NASA will highlight science and engineering mission advances enabled by agency supercomputers at SC14, the international supercomputing conference, Nov. 16-21, 2014 in New Orleans.
- Changing Discover Hardware Environment
- The NCCS is committed to providing the best possible high performance
solutions to meet the NASA science requirements. To this end, the NCCS
is undergoing major integration efforts over the next several months to
dramatically increase both the overall compute and storage capacity
within the Discover cluster. The end result will increase the total
number of processors by over 20,000 cores while increasing the peak
computing capacity by almost a factor of 3x!
- Ways to Optimize your Slurm Turnaround
- The NCCS is implementing the next phase in the Slurm resource manager
deployment. We have prepared some recommendations to optimize job
turnaround using Slurm that we encourage Discover users to review and
incorporate. Please click on the following link to read more.
- NCCS User Forums Scheduled for 2014
- The next NCCS User Forum has not yet been scheduled. The date, time, and location will be posted here when they have been decided. The presentation slides for the last User Forum, convened on July 22, 2014 are now available at the following link: