Since the Mogon cluster is a Linux-based system, remote access is done via SSH.
The Mogon login nodes (
mogon.zdv.uni-mainz.de) are only accessible from inside the university network. To access Mogon from the outside (e.g. from home), please refer to these instructions:
Outside access using Linux / Outside access using Windows. The latter link also contains information for internal access with Windows.
All users from the ETAP group must use one of the four ETAP login machines (
mogonetap.zdv.uni-mainz.de), that are for ETAP members only. A login on (
mil02.zdv.uni-mainz.de) is not allowed for ETAP members.
LSF is no longer available.
The login nodes of Mogon II are
miil04.zdv.uni-mainz.de. Projects on Mogon I do not have access to Mogon II automatically. You have to apply for Mogon I and Mogon II seperately. Only passwordless login is available. You need to have your ssh-key on Mogon I to be able to log in to Mogon II.
We offer various courses, particularly for newcomers via the university's Ilias e-learning system, where you can register for our courses. If you do not have a university account, please write to email@example.com to register or ask for more information.
All courses, unless otherwise noted, will take place within the rooms of the ZDV. You will find us here.
The regulations for use of the data center (ZDV) apply at all times. Further Policies are listed per item:
Here you will find information about specific software installed on Mogon along with several usage instructions:
When preparing a journal publication please reference Mogon. We prepared a basic acknowledgement.
There is a regular meeting of HPC users and administrators for news, discussions and support.
We meet every thursday morning, at 10:15 am, in the 01 332 HPC-Workshop in the new building of the ZDV (Map - on the left side of the map).
If possible, please drop us a quick note beforehand and tell us what exactly you want to talk about (a specific problem or a general introdcution), so we can make sure that the appropriate person will be there.
If you have any questions or need help regarding high performance computing at the ZDV, send an eMail to firstname.lastname@example.org (which will create a new ticket in our ticketing system).
Please do not send eMail to our staff directly - using the ticketing system helps us with appropriate scheduling and load balancing while supporting you and every other user.
If you write an eMail, please try to include as much information as possible, including, but not limited to:
module list, maybe even
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