The PLSE Lab owns several research machines which we use for running jobs.
In order to remotely log into PLSE or department machines, you can use SSH. You can use any of the following:
- departmental compute servers
tricycle(all three have 528GB of RAM)
- CSE-managed PLSE compute servers
- PLSE-managed PLSE compute servers
eel do not use standard CSE credentials.
To make an
warfa, please send an email request
to Pavel or Stuart
and include your public SSH key. Warfa is not connected to the CSE
file system but is connected to the 3D printer.
To make an account on
eel, contact Mark Roberts.
Detailed information about PLSE machine characteristics is found in machine-chart.xlsx.
You may need to become a member of the following Unix groups, in order to have permission to access certain files and version control repositories. You can’t join directly, but can ask Mike, Dan, or Zach to add you.
There are additional Unix groups for certain research projects.
Undergraduates and visiting researchers
If you are an undergraduate, you do not automatically have a login account on the research machines. If you need one, fill out the account application form and give it to your adviser.