See the HPC Documentation pages for information and instructions on how to access and use NC State’s Hazel HPC cluster.
Research Storage volumes are mounted on every login and compute node in the Hazel HPC cluster.
Project Shares are located under:
Project Shares are organized by the first letter of the project PI’s Unity ID, the PI’s Unity ID, and share name selected for the project. Example:
Individual Shares are located under:
Individual Shares are organized by the first letter of the researcher’s Unity ID and researcher’s Unity ID. Example:
All HPC jobs are run as the user who submitted the job to LSF. The code executed by the job will have the same access to the storage that the user has from an HPC login node shell.
Previously, OIT Research Storage could be accessed by the storage owner only on NC State’s Hazel HPC cluster.
The system has been improved so that any user granted access via the Research Storage Manager can access the storage on HPC. You previously needed to use the add-acls script to allow access for these users. This script is no longer necessary and has been discontinued.
To grant access to a user:
The page will refresh and you should see the user(s) you granted access to highlighed in green with an orange hourglass icon displayed on the line. The storage system will detect the changes you made and configure access within 30 seconds to 1 minute. Once access has been granted on the storage system, the section of the page will automatically refresh and the orange icon will change to a green checkmark.
If you have any questions problems granting access on HPC, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please also email this address for instructions on resetting or removing permissions.