Following a very successful discussion at the previous FIFE Workshop, the FIFE Group has decided to start holding semiannual Roadmap discussions with experiment Offline and Production Coordinators. The goal of the Roadmap discussion is to both inform experiments and gather feedback about strategic infrastructure changes and computing service modifications. These workshops will replace the annual… More »
Come learn about the FIFE services available from Scientific Computing Division: How to efficiently access data on distributed computing How to get access to offsite computing resources New services and features in the coming months Improved documentation and tutorials Learn about access to GPU clusters and Supercomputers/HPC Wednesday will focus on infrastructure and production processing. Thursday will… More »
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Here are links to pages that were developed by Katherine Lato for ftbf.fnal.gov that give information on things like how to add a user, minor tweaks to the HTML, adding pictures, etc. http://ftbf.fnal.gov/administration/ Another useful source of information is the Using WordPress site at: https://fermipoint.fnal.gov/collaboration/UPP/SitePages/WordPress%20Page.aspx This is a useful place to record things that you find… More »
Most efficient big non-production users on FermiGrid who used more than 100,000 hours since Dec. 1, 2015 was Luri A. Oksuzian from MINOS with 98.9% efficiency.
FIFE has a Wiki page to help match resource requirements and availability at remote sites Previous editions of FIFE notes have shown glimpses of the tremendous computing resources available on the Open Science Grid. These resources come from a large number of remote sites, each of which has its own limitations and policies regarding opportunistic… More »