Commit b35a9584 authored by Carrie A Brown's avatar Carrie A Brown
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Final polishing and link correction

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Depending on your operating system, you may need to install software to
make this connection. Check out our documentation on [Connecting to HCC Clusters]
({{< relref "/connecting/" >}}).
({{< relref "../connecting/" >}}).
#### How do I change my password?
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HCC Documentation
============================
The Holland Computing Center supports a diverse collection of research
computing hardware.  Anyone in the University of Nebraska system is
welcome to apply for an account on HCC machines.
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machines are available via Condor for opportunistic use. This will allow
users almost immediate access, but the job is subject to preemption.
#### [New Users Sign Up](http://hcc.unl.edu/new-user-request)
## Getting Started
To begin using HCC resources:
1. [Set up your HCC account]({{< relref "accounts/" >}})
2. [Connect to HCC Clusters]({{< relref "connecting/" >}})
3. [Transfer data to HCC Clusters]({{< relref "handling_data/" >}})
4. [Check software availability]({{< relref "applications/" >}})
5. [Submit jobs on HCC Clusters]({{< relref "submitting_jobs/" >}})
Which Cluster to Use?
---------------------
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node in the default partition. For extremely large RAM needs, there is also
a 'highmem' partition with 2 x 512GB and 2 x 1TB nodes.
User Login
----------
For Windows users, please refer to this link [For Windows Users]({{< relref "for_windows_users" >}}).
For Mac or Linux users, please refer to this link [For Mac/Linux Users]({{< relref "for_maclinux_users">}}).
**Logging into Crane or Rhino**
{{< highlight bash >}}
ssh <username>@crane.unl.edu
{{< /highlight >}}
or
{{< highlight bash >}}
ssh <username>@rhino.unl.edu
{{< /highlight >}}
Duo Security
------------
Duo two-factor authentication is **required** for access to HCC
resources. Registration and usage of Duo security can be found in this
section: [Setting up and using Duo]({{< relref "/accounts/setting_up_and_using_duo">}})
**Important Notes**
- The Crane and Rhino clusters are separate. But, they are
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#### Login to a HCC Cluster
Connect to a HCC cluster]({{< relref "/connecting/" >}}) and make a subdirectory
Connect to a HCC cluster]({{< relref "../../connecting/" >}}) and make a subdirectory
called `serial_dir` under your `$WORK` directory. 
{{< highlight bash >}}
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#### Login to a HCC Cluster
Connect to a HCC cluster]({{< relref "/connecting/" >}}) and make a subdirectory
Connect to a HCC cluster]({{< relref "../../connecting/" >}}) and make a subdirectory
and make a subdirectory called `mpi_dir` under your `$WORK` directory.
{{< highlight bash >}}
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title = "Using MobaXterm"
description = "Quickstart Guide for MobaXterm"
title = "Connecting with MobaXterm"
description = "Connecting to and Transfering files between HCC Clusters with MobaXterm"
weight = "22"
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title = "Using PuTTY"
title = "Connecting with PuTTY (Windows)"
description = "How to connect to HCC clusters using the PuTTY SSH client"
weight = "20"
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title = "Connecting with Terminal"
description = "How to connect to HCC clusters using Terminal (Mac/Linux) or Command Prompt (Windows)"
weight = "22"
weight = "10"
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##### Use of Duo two-factor authentication is **required** to access HCC resources.
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title = "Connecting to CB3 iRODS"
description= "How to connect to the CB3 iRODS instance."
weight = 40
weight = 70
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{{% panel theme="danger" header="Sensitive and Protected Data" %}}
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title = "File Transfer with CyberDuck (MacOS/Windows)"
title = "File Transfer with CyberDuck"
description = "Transfering data to and from HCC clusters with the Cyberduck SCP Client"
weight = "22"
weight = "30"
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title = "Globus Connect"
description = "Globus Connect overview"
weight = 20
weight = 5
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<a href="https://www.globus.org/globus-connect" class="external-link">Globus Connect</a> is
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title = "High Speed Data Transfers"
description = "How to transfer files directly from the transfer servers"
weight = 10
weight = 40
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Crane, Rhino, and Attic each have a dedicated transfer server with
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title = "File Transfer with scp"
description = "Transfering data to and from HCC clusters with the scp command"
weight = "22"
weight = "10"
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## Using the SCP command
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title = "Using Rclone for File Transfer"
description = "How to use Rclone with HCC"
weight =30
weight =60
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Rclone is an open source file transfer tool to make transfering files to and from various cloud resources such as Box, Amazon S3, Microsoft OneDrive, and Google Cloud Storage and your local machine a simpler task. Guides on how to set up a variety of resources to transfer to and from can be found at [rclone's webpage](https://rclone.org/).
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title = "For Windows Users"
description = "Quickstart for Windows Users"
title = "File Transfer with WinSCP"
description = "Transfering Files to and from HCC Clusters using the WinSCP Client"
weight = "20"
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