Get started on Carbonate
On this page:
- System overview
- Accounts, access, and user policies
- Programming environment
- Run jobs
- X forwarding and interactive jobs
- Application-specific help
- Get help
Carbonate is Indiana University's large-memory computer cluster. Designed to support high-performance, data-intensive computing, Carbonate is particularly well-suited for running genome assembly software, large-scale phylogenetic software, and other genome analysis applications that require large amounts of computer memory. To support researchers with deep learning applications, Carbonate also is equipped with 12 GPU-accelerated deep learning (DL) nodes. Additionally, Carbonate provides a "condominium cluster" environment for IU researchers, research labs, departments, and schools.
Following is a selection of IU Knowledge Base documents to help you get started using Carbonate. For additional documentation, search the Knowledge Base.
Accounts, access, and user policies
- Access Carbonate
- Your responsibilities as a computer user at IU
- Available access to allocated and short-term storage capacity on IU's research systems
- Work with research data containing PHI
- HPC Applications
- Use Modules to manage your software environment
- Carbonate software installation policy
- Compile programs on Carbonate
X forwarding and interactive jobs
- If you have a system-specific question, contact the High Performance Systems (HPS) team.
- If you have a programming question about compilers, scientific/numerical libraries, or debuggers, contact the UITS Research Applications and Deep Learning team.
For general questions about research computing at IU, contact UITS Research Technologies.
For more options, see Research computing support at IU.