Month: August, 2016

First Problems

Posted on August 16, 2016 by

My next step was to clear out some cruft in the default install. There was plenty of RAM for the jobs, but not very much free space on the 8G intel flash. After deleting all the various office and other packages I had about 1.5G free, so I tried to move the little thing over […]

First Steps

Posted on August 15, 2016 by

Our grid provides a substantial amount of computing power, and overall works well. But given the nature of the actual compute nodes — i.e. they are desktops in K-12 schools scattered across the state, often in rural areas — individual processes ( Jobs ) get cycled with a reasonable frequency. There are lots of reasons: […]