General information about the Nebula cluster, including hardware specifications is availabe on the Nebula system page.
See the MET Access page more information.
See the general instructions on getting started for information on how to login for the first time and set your permanent password.
The SSH key fingerprints for the login node are:
SHA256:HqWb5r3mCuysWbF5l0WJOOrqlfn8eEgui/NBTmL7d5E nebula.nsc.liu.se (ECDSA) SHA256:2sxBy0qtGZgJodlf17KpN3coWDvYxwUBY24HeioPd7Y nebula.nsc.liu.se (ED25519) SHA256:ZfBdfb28c7dq70oJanhnQWyYUn40IZabvcIfHvj27nU nebula.nsc.liu.se (RSA)
Information about accessing the cluster and running jobs:
Please note that data from Elvis in
/nobackup/forsk will not be copied automatically to the new storage system connected to Elvis. You can either copy data from Elvis to Nebula yourself using e.g. scp, or contact NSC for help with transferring large amounts of data between the clusters.
The software environment has been updated with respect to Elvis, to be more like NSC's Tetralith and Sigma clusters for Swedish academic users. The cluster now runs CentOS 7 Linux, and the module system is slightly different: it is now based on Lmod, which has multiple hierarchies. NSC has also started installing software semi-automatically using the EasyBuild system (these modules are called
[modulename]-eb). NSC strives to keep the software environment and the available software installations as identical as possible on all clusters.