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.

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    Catalpa Update

    Catalpa is back up after some hardware maintenance on Monday. We were successful in fixing one hardware issue, but unsuccessful with another. As such, Catalpa will have to be brought down again in the short to medium term. We will give notice once we have a date scheduled for the maintenance.

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    System Update

    Monday afternoon Sequoia suffered a boot drive failure. It is back up as of last night. You will need to resubmit any jobs that were running at the time.

    On Monday, November 13th, Catalpa will be brought down to investigate some hardware issues that we've been seeing. We hope to have it back up within a couple of days.

    We'd like to officially announce our "new" system, Maple. Like Sequoia, Maple is a cluster. While it has slightly fewer CPU cores than Sequoia, the cores are much newer. Some Maple nodes have GPUs. The nodes have either 64 or 128GB of memory.

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    Fall 2017 Workshops

    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 bnpharr@olemiss.edu or (662) 915-3036.