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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.
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