WELCOME TO THE HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING FACILITY
DEVELOPING TECHNOLOGY AND INFRASTRUCTURE FOR THE RESEARCH AND EDUCATION COMMUNITY
Boqueron’s /work file system recently experienced unexpected downtime due to a hardware issue. Our colleagues at Central Administration provided us with the replacement hardware we needed, and the issue seems to have finally been resolved. As far as we can tell, there has not been any data loss; however, we still encourage users to connect to Boqueron and verify the integrity of their files. We’d also like to take this opportunity to remind our users that, per our Usage Policies, the /work directory in Boqueron is specifically built for performance and not for reliability, and that, as such, data in users’ /work directory is not and will not be backed up. Users are responsible for maintaining their own backups of any data they keep in their /work.
We apologize for any delay in communication regarding this issue. The HPCf has been understaffed these past two weeks, precisely when the hardware problem popped up. All HPCf staff should be back at the office starting Monday July 23.
We apologize for the inconvenience this issue has no doubt caused, and we thank you for your patience and continued support for the HPCf. As always, you may direct any questions or comments to email@example.com.
The HPCf Helpdesk has been restored and is working as usual. You may once again write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org for any support inquiries or comments.
The High Performance Computing facility of the University of Puerto Rico is presently developing a technology and service infrastructure for the research and education community of the University. This infrastructure is built from the following components:
- Advanced Research Network
- Core High Performance Computational Resources
- Services in Support of Users of Computational Resources
- Standards and Architecture
- Evaluation of Emerging Technologies
Some common tasks:
Use of HPCf resources requires that you acknowledge our sponsoring institutions: the University of Puerto Rico and the Institutional Development Award (IDeA) INBRE grant P20 GM103475 from the National Institute for General Medical Sciences (NIGMS), a component of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Bioinformatics Research Core of INBRE.