The Mississippi Center for Supercomputing Research (MCSR) provides computing resources, training, and support for faculty, staff, and students at all of Mississippi’s public Institutions of Higher Learning (IHLs).
Anyone associated with one of Mississippi’s public IHLs can apply for accounts on one or more of our supercomputers.
The new hpcwoods has a newer version of SSH, which no longer allows certain insecure algorithms. Unfortunately, this means the SSH Secure Shell client for Windows will no longer work with hpcwoods.
This is not surprising, as it hasn't been updated in years. We have been discouraging its use for several months now, due to the fact it did not correctly handle forced password resets.
hpcwood's SSH host key also changed as a result of the upgrade. PuTTY users will be presented with a dialog at connection time. Mac and Linux users will need to remove the old key before attempting to connect to hpcwoods:
ssh-keygen -R hpcwoods.olemiss.edu
We plan on Maple being down for a few days of maintenance beginning on May 11th. Please plan your jobs accordingly.Read more...
Catalpa will go down for an operating system upgrade on the morning of February 28th. It will be down for roughly two days.Read more...
MCSR will once again offer technical workshops to assist our users and others in the University community in getting the most out of their computing resources. Each topic is offered twice each week. All workshops are from 2-3pm in Weir 107. Please register for each workshop by clicking on the appropriate link below. Direct any questions to Ben Pharr at email@example.com or (662) 915-3036.