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Welcome to the IBM High Performance Computing Group

Connect with HPC subject matter experts and discuss how hybrid cloud HPC Solutions from IBM meet today's business needs. IBM offers a complete portfolio of integrated high-performance computing solutions which give you the flexibility to manage compute-intensive workloads on premises and/or in the cloud. This platform also gives you an opportunity to share ideas, best practices and lessons learned with other HPC,  LSF and Symphony users.


As a member of this online user community, you gain:

  • Direct engagement with IBM subject matter experts
  • Insights from your industry peers
  • News, announcements, and enhancement details
  • You’ll also get information regarding our regional and virtual user group meetings, upcoming webinars and blogs.

We invite you to actively participate and reach out to support@communitysite.ibm.com with any questions.

We look forward to your participation in this group.

For more information about HPC, visit our web page: https://www.ibm.com/high-performance-computing 
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Latest Discussions

  • Calling all IBM Cloud Users & Valued Clients, We hope that you are keeping up with all the exciting news coming out of the IBM Red Hat Summit & Think 2024. Do you get a bit of FOMO while watching live streams or recordings of keynotes and ...

  • Not sure what really is going wrong here. Suggests following. Set LSF_SERVERHOSTS="node1 node2" Add LSF_SERVERDIR, LSF_LIBDIR, LSF_BINDIR in lsf.conf as well. ------------------------------ YI SUN ------------------------------

  • Hello Yi Sun, It seems that I already modified the /etc/hosts file with what you mentioned but now it tells me that the lsf.conf file is wrong, here I attach the lsf.conf file from node2: ------------------------------ ...

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  • In the inaugural blog of this series , I explored the driving factors for this new service and the installation process. This second blog will delve into its usage, and the third and concluding blog will examine the OpenAPI specification of the service. ...

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  • Mark Twain once said " There is no such thing as a new idea. It is impossible. We simply take a lot of old ideas and put them into a sort of mental kaleidoscope ". Web services are hardly a new idea. Nearly two decades have passed since the Global ...

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  • It can be extremely frustrating for the end-users of LSF to see their jobs pending for long periods of time. Jobs with large resource requirements, or special topology requirements are especially susceptible to long pend times. In this blog, I discuss ...

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