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 <​p>​Web server of COR@L website. Hosts personal websites of users, MOPTA conference, INFORMS student chapter and some other sites related to the department.</​p>​ <​p>​Web server of COR@L website. Hosts personal websites of users, MOPTA conference, INFORMS student chapter and some other sites related to the department.</​p>​
 <​h4>​shark.ie.lehigh.edu</​h4>​ <​h4>​shark.ie.lehigh.edu</​h4>​
-<p>We use shark to connect COR@L Lab outside of campus. Only two servers in COR@L Lab can be reached outside of campus, coral and shark. Working on shark is not recommended,​ it lacks the basic software ​available on other servers (compilers, mathematical and optimization software, etc.).</p>+<p>Shark server manages various ​software ​licenses including AMPL license.</p>
 <​h4>​polyps.ie.lehigh.edu</​h4>​ <​h4>​polyps.ie.lehigh.edu</​h4>​
 <​p>​Polyps is COR@L Lab’s cluster composed of 16 nodes (polyp1-polyp15,​ polyp30). It is our heavy duty cluster. Polyps has <a href="​http://​www.adaptivecomputing.com/​products/​torque"​ target="​_parent">​Torque</​a>​ installed as a job scheduler. Torque aims to maximize resource utilization and high throughput by scheduling jobs submitted by users and allocating resources (CPU, memory) of Polyps to them. For a brief introudction to Torque see Software section. Long lasting experiments should be submitted to polyps through Torque. You can also check the load of Polyp nodes from <a href="​http://​polyps.ie.lehigh.edu/​ganglia"​ target="​_parent">​ganglia</​a>​ web interface.</​p>​ <​p>​Polyps is COR@L Lab’s cluster composed of 16 nodes (polyp1-polyp15,​ polyp30). It is our heavy duty cluster. Polyps has <a href="​http://​www.adaptivecomputing.com/​products/​torque"​ target="​_parent">​Torque</​a>​ installed as a job scheduler. Torque aims to maximize resource utilization and high throughput by scheduling jobs submitted by users and allocating resources (CPU, memory) of Polyps to them. For a brief introudction to Torque see Software section. Long lasting experiments should be submitted to polyps through Torque. You can also check the load of Polyp nodes from <a href="​http://​polyps.ie.lehigh.edu/​ganglia"​ target="​_parent">​ganglia</​a>​ web interface.</​p>​
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