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en:services:application_services:high_performance_computing:singularity [2019/04/10 16:19]
akhuziy [Jupyter and IPython Parallel with Singularity]
en:services:application_services:high_performance_computing:singularity [2019/06/26 10:28]
sbinger1 [Singularity on the SCC]
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 ====== Singularity on the SCC ====== ====== Singularity on the SCC ======
  
-[[http://singularity.lbl.gov/|Singularity]] is a containerization system focused on scientific needs and designed for running on HPC resources. At GWDG Singularity can be used by simply loading the corresponding module:+[[https://sylabs.io/singularity/|Singularity]] is a containerization system focused on scientific needs and designed for running on HPC resources. At GWDG Singularity can be used by simply loading the corresponding module:
  
 <code> <code>
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 For building you can use Docker images or Singularity bootstrap files. You can find the documentation for a building process at For building you can use Docker images or Singularity bootstrap files. You can find the documentation for a building process at
-http://singularity.lbl.gov/docs-build-container.+https://sylabs.io/docs/.
 ====== Examples ====== ====== Examples ======
 Several examples of Singularity usecases will be shown below. Several examples of Singularity usecases will be shown below.
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 srun --pty -p int singularity shell sjupyter.simg srun --pty -p int singularity shell sjupyter.simg
 </code> </code>
-Here we are requesting a shell to the container in the interactive queue.+Here we are requesting a shell to the container in the interactive partition.
  
 ===== GPU access within the container ===== ===== GPU access within the container =====