Artemis User Guide¶
Use of the Artemis HPC and associated support and training warrants acknowledgement in any publications, conference proceedings or posters describing work facilitated by these services. Acknowledgement of these services, provided at no cost to researchers by the University of Sydney and the Sydney Informatics Hub, is crucial in ensuring ongoing support for the Artemis HPC, personnel and other research infrastructure provided by the Core Research Facilities. It also forms part of the user agreement for accessing these services.
Some suggested phrasing:
The authors acknowledge the facilities, and the scientific and technical assistance of the Sydney Informatics Hub at the University of Sydney and, in particular, access to the high performance computing facility Artemis.
The authors acknowledge the Sydney Informatics Hub and the University of Sydney’s high performance computing cluster Artemis for providing the high performance computing resources that have contributed to the research results reported within this paper.
- Getting Started
- Data Storage on Artemis
- Submitting Jobs to Artemis
- Job monitoring/management commands
- When will my job start?
- Job Queues
- Interactive access to a compute node
- Graphical login node
- Transferring data between your local computer and HPC
- Transferring data between HPC and the Research data store (RDS)
- Data Transfer Queue (dtq)
- Compiling your own programs
- Opening GUI windows using X11 forwarding
- Array jobs
- Access files in a file explorer using SSHFS