CAMd Summer school 2008¶
Setting up your UNIX environment¶
The first time you use the databar computers, you must do this:
$ ~jjmo/summerschool/setup.sh $ source ~/.bashrc
That will set up the environment for you so that you can use ASE, GPAW, VMD and matlpotlib.
Warning runnig ~jjmo/summerschool/setup.sh owervrites users ~/.bashrc ~/.emacs ~/.pythonrc ~/.vmdrc and ~/.matplotlib directory.
Editors: emacs, vim, nedit (MS Windows/Macintosh-like environment). Python syntax
Printer: gps1-308. Terminal: lp -d gps1-308 filename
E-mail client: Thunderbird is the default mail client in the databar and configured with your summer school e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).
To open a pdf-file: acroread filename
Log in to niflheim:
Same password as handed out for the databar. Please use school1 if the number in your userid is odd and school2 if it is even.
Copying files from gbar to niflheim¶
You can copy files from the Gbar to niflheim with
scp. If you are on
scp hald.gbar.dtu.dk:path/filename .
filename to your present location. Likewise:
scp school1.fysik.dtu.dk:path/filename .
filename from Niflheim to your present location at the Gbar.
Use the gpaw-qsub.py command to submit GPAW jobs to the queue.
Siesta is installed on Niflheim, so you need to log in to the Niflheim front-end nodes as described above in the Niflheim section. Furthermore you have to set two environment variables by adding the following two lines to your ~/.bashrc file:
export SIESTA_PP_PATH=~mvanin/asesiesta export SIESTA_SCRIPT=~mvanin/asesiesta/run_siesta.py
and source it by typing:
$ source ~/.bashrc
To submit a job to Niflheim, use the
$ qsub -l nodes=1:ppn=1:switch5 filename.py
Octopus is installed on the ‘q’ opteron nodes on Niflheim. The way to
run jobs is the following: Create inp file in the working directory as
described in the tutorial, and then run
octopus_run.py. To use various octopus utilities such
oct-broad you need to do:
first. Submitting jobs to the queue is done by:
qsub -l nodes=2:ppn=4:switch5 octopus_run.py