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Respublica Access Request

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HPC is a general term for a large computing system. In our case, the HPC consists of many servers which are tied together with software and hardware such that we can compute large batches of work and/or compute a large amount of work in parallel.

What is Respublica - High Performance Computing (HPC)?

Respublica is a shared Linux command line based environment in which you submit computational jobs to a large pool of resources where they will be scheduled run. All the servers of Respublica are connected with very fast specialized networking. Additionally, there is a large NAS system for data storage attached to Respublica via networking.

Detailed cluster specifications and user documentation can be found on CHOP's wiki.

Need Additional Help?

For additional assistance, please contact the CHOP IS Support Center at ext. 4-HELP (4-4357), 215-590-4357, or log in to visit the CHOP IS Support Center Portal.

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