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Livermore Computing Center (LC) is home to a first-class computational infrastructure that supports the computing requirements of the Laboratory's research scientists. A particular focus of the Center is to develop solutions (in collaboration with tri-lab partners at Los Alamos and Sandia National Laboratories) that will create a functional problem-solving environment for high performance computers under the Advanced Simulation and Computing (ASC) program. Another goal is to provide leveraged, cost-effective high performance computing to multiple programs and independent researchers under the Multiprogrammatic and Institutional Computing (M&IC) program.



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January 19, 2017

Number 515 - SCF File System Relocations

January 19, 2017

Number 514 - Quartz and the /p/lscratchh file system

January 10, 2017

Number 513 - RZ Token & Login Behavior Change

November 9

Number 512 - B451 and B4525 Power Outage: UPDATE

October 5

Number 511 - HPSS Yearly Growth Quotas
August 28 Number 510 - Livermore Computing Users Meeting
July 25 Number 509 (revised) - LC Facility Power Work
May 10 Number 508 - B451 and B4525 Power Outages
May 10 Number 507 (revised) - CZ, RZ, and SCF /nfs/tmp File System Changes
April 27 Number 507 - CZ, RZ, and SCF /nfs/tmp File System Changes
February 25 Number 506 - Livermore Computing Users Meeting
February 17 Number 505 - New Project Workspaces
September 30 Number 504 - HPSS Yearly Growth Quotas
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