High performance computing (HPC) cluster programming model number 1 has been MPI for the past 10 or more years. The advent of coprocessors and accelerators forced many users to rethink their strategies and re-structure the code, even though a clever setup of Intel® Xeon Phi™ systems allows using them without being forced to do so. This webinar will present a number of techniques to help system administrators with their tasks.
- Overview of Intel Xeon Phi programming techniques
- Basic requirements to get Intel Xeon Phi running
- How to mount cluster file systems on the Intel Xeon Phi
- User integration
- Use of startup scripts and their role in batch scheduling
- Live demo
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