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Next PACE Maintenance Date
PACE maintenance is scheduled to start at 6:00 am Wednesday, November 3rd, and continue through Friday, November 5th, at 11:59 pm.
What Is PACE?
The Partnership for an Advanced Computing Environment (PACE) serves Georgia Tech faculty and researchers with a sustainable, leading-edge high performance computing environment.
How can PACE help you?
Is your research limited by the time it takes simulate or analyze results? Do you want to simulate much larger systems or problems? If so, then PACE may be able to help! Details about how to participate are available here.
How to Cite PACE
Thanks for choosing PACE! Please don't forget to cite or acknowledge us if your research benefited from PACE-managed resources. If you used Hive, please be sure to acknowledge the funding for the cluster. Details and a Bibtex citation for either case are available.
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Dear PACE Researchers,
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PACE Linux 101
PACE Clusters Orientation
PACE Consulting Session
All PACE managed clusters will be down for maintenance 6:00 am Wednesday, November 3, and continuing through Friday, November 5, at 11:59 pm.
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