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The New FAQ Knowledge Base

Every support organization hopes to be proactive in delivering technical solutions before a customer calls for advice. More often than not, it comes in the form of a publicly-accessible knowledge base. At Adaptive Computing, we have been gathering, documenting, and researching topics that we feel are most widely applicable to our community and have put […]

7 Steps to Installing Moab in Minutes

by Corin Kochenower Adaptive Computing introduced the “Automated Installer” in the 9.1.0 release of the Moab HPC Suite. What was once potentially a multi-day process can now be completed in a matter of minutes to a few hours depending on the components you choose and the size of your cluster. Installing and configuring software in […]

Troubleshooting Moab Triggers

As Independence Day (A U.S. Holiday) draws near, my thoughts turn to explosions of the fireworks going off signaling the celebration. I can’t help thinking about the fuses that act as triggers. And of course, working at Adaptive Computing, we use triggers as part of our workflow. While Moab may seem to be primarily concerned […]

Torque 6.0 NUMA Use Cases: Task Placement (Numa Nodes)

This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Torque 6.0 NUMA Use Cases

The big new feature of the 2016 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 was not its 5.2 liter, 526 horsepower engine, 429 lb-ft of torque, or its 4.3 second 0-60 time. It was its handling. Ford finally made a muscle car that could hold its own through the corners. All that power could now be more precisely handled […]

Advanced Workflows with the Nitro API

Nitro includes an application programming interface (API) that allows users to create interactive clients (clients that submit tasks based on an external stimulus) or to create clients that can execute a complex workflow – all while using a single Moab job. If your workflow contains thousands of tasks, you’ll avoid the scheduling overhead of running […]

Free MoabCon at NCSA – Itinerary

Our Free MoabCon at NCSA is coming up this first week in May, and we hope you’re as excited as we are. We have a great lineup of speakers, ready to share many of the useful features of Moab and other related tools. We’d like to briefly review the itinerary so you have an idea […]

Torque 6 Update

As many of you well know, Torque 6.0.1 has officially been released, as well as its release notes. We remain excited about Torque 6, and initial feedback from our customers has been very good. We are confident that the 6.0.1 release greatly solidifies the newer features released with 6.0.0, especially the cgroup support. 6.0.1 resolved several bugs […]

MoabCon 2016 Champaign, Illinois (May 2-6)

Hello Adaptive Computing Friends, We are taking MoabCon 2016 on the road. We are excited to host this one in Champaign, Illinois on the NCSA campus on May 2nd to the 6th. We are holding the Free MoabCon event on the afternoon of the 5th through midday on the 6th.  A lunch and breakfast will be provided. On May […]

Getting the Most Out of Your Support Experience

As Director of Technical Support here at Adaptive Computing, I read each and every support case submitted, regardless of who submits it. As you can imagine, over the years I’ve seen some very interesting cases. The range of complexity is staggering. For example, some cases only ask where to download the Moab product(s). Others, however, ask […]

Event Driven Architecture

Event-driven architecture (EDA) is a software architecture pattern that offers flexibility, scalability, and potential for vastly improved performance within High Performance (HPC) and High Throughput Computing (HTC) clusters compared to traditional polling-based architecture. An event-driven architecture is primarily composed o­f event emitters, event consumers, and channels. Emitters are responsible for collecting and transmitting events on […]