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LIKWID 4.3.4 is a bugfix release. These are the relevant changes: For systems using Intel Cluster-on-Die (CoD) or Sub-NUMA Clustering (SNC): Fix for detecting PCI devices Workaround for topology detection. The Linux kernel does not detect it properly sometimes. Don't pin accessDa...

If you work at FAU and are interested in HPC resources, members of RRZE HPC Services are able and willing to come to your chair or research group and give you a quick intro to HPC for beginners, with some focus on RRZE systems. We can adapt the depth of the talk according to your needs. Please conta...

Through the kind support of KONWIHR, the Competence Network for Scientific High Performance Computing in Bavaria, we are able to offer a five-day C++ training for beginners at RRZE. The focus of the course is on the introduction of the essential language features and the syntax of C++. Additionally,...

HPC@FAU

This is the joint home page of the HPC (High Performance Computing) group at Erlangen Regional Computing Center (RRZE) and the Professorship for High Performance Computing at the Department for Computer Science at FAU. We conduct research in several HPC areas, provide lectures and tutorials, support scientists at FAU with code porting and optimizations, and run the local supercomputers at RRZE.