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Triton cluster

Triton is the Aalto high-performance computing cluster. It serves all researchers of Aalto, but is currently coordinated from within the School of Science. Access is free for researchers (see :doc:`accounts`, students not doing research should check out our :doc:`intro for students <../aalto/welcomestudents>`). It is similar to the CSC clusters, though CSC clusters are larger and Triton is easier to use because it is more integrated into the Aalto environment.

Overview

.. toctree::
   :maxdepth: 1

   accounts.rst
   ref/index
   quickstart/index
   help.rst
   usage/faq.rst
   overview.rst
   usagepolicy.rst
   acknowledgingtriton.rst



Tutorials

These are designed to be read in-order by every Triton user when they get their accounts (except maybe the last ones). In order to use Triton well, in the Hands-on SciComp roadmap you should also know the Basics (A) and Linux (C) levels as a prerequisite.

Cluster ecosystem explained

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   :maxdepth: 1

   tut/about-tutorials.rst
   tut/intro.rst
   tut/prerequisites.rst
   tut/connecting.rst
   tut/cluster-shell.rst
   tut/applications.rst
   tut/modules.rst
   tut/storage.rst
   tut/remotedata

Running calculations

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   :maxdepth: 1

   tut/slurm.rst
   Interactive jobs: running your first command <tut/interactive>
   Serial jobs: running in the queue <tut/serial>
   tut/monitoring.rst
   tut/parallel.rst
   tut/array.rst
   tut/parallel-shared.rst
   tut/parallel-mpi.rst
   tut/gpu.rst
   tut/dependency.rst

Applications

See our :doc:`general information <apps/index>` and the full list below:

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   :maxdepth: 1
   :glob:

   apps/index
   apps/*


Examples

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   :maxdepth: 1

   examples/index



Detailed instructions

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   :maxdepth: 1
   :glob:

   usage/*


See also