Proceedings of PEARC2017 in New Orleans, LA, USA: Performance Analysis of Applications using Singularity Container on SDSC Comet
Performance Analysis of Applications using Singularity Container on SDSC Comet
Multiple nodes of the Comet supercomputer at the San Diego Supercomputer Center were used to analyse and compare (between Singularity and non-Singularity) performance of resource intensive applications of benchmark codes such as NEURON (a computational neuronal simulation tool), OSU Benchmarks, and Intel MPI Benchmarks (IMB). NEURON software was used to simulate a complex neuronal network model
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Overview With CentOS 7 reaching end of life on June 30th, 2024 and CentOS 8 already discontinued in favor of CentOS Stream, users of open source SingularityCE might find themselves in a situation where a migration to another open source operating system is necessary....
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