Sample Code Repository Structure and Format
Category Names and Descriptions
Application-specific examples; interactive job submit scripts; use of the application name resource; software license use.
Archiving and retrieving files; Lustre striping; file searching; $WORKDIR use.
MPI, OpenMP, and hybrid examples; single-core jobs; large memory jobs; running multiple applications within a single batch job.
Basic code compilation; debugging; use of library files; static vs. dynamic linking; Makefiles; Endian conversion.
Use of modules; customizing the login environment.
Basic batch scripting; use of the transfer queue; job arrays; job dependencies; Secure Remote Desktop; job monitoring.
$SAMPLES_HOME/ INDEX.txt Applications/ Data_Management/ Parallel_Environment/ Programming/ User_Environment/ Workload_Management/
The INDEX.txt file contains a complete list of all samples installed in the Sample Code Repository on a given system. The file's internal format is defined in a manner that allows it to be converted for automated inclusion in a center's web documentation. The listing is organized alphabetically by category with the category names matching the names of the category subdirectories shown above. Under each category, the samples are also arranged alphabetically.
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