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Taito Users guide

 1.1 Hardware overview
 1.2 Operating system and shell environment 1.3 Directories in Taito Cluster
   1.3.1 Home directory
   1.3.2 Work directory, $WRKDIR
   1.3.3 Temporary directory, $TMPDIR
   1.3.4 Software installation directory $USERAPPL
   1.3.5 Monitoring the disk usage

2. The Module system in Taito
 2.1 Introduction
 2.2 Basic usage
   2.2.1 Finding modules
   2.2.2 Solving conflicts
 2.3 Advanced topics
   2.3.1 Module hierarchy
   2.3.2 Using your own module files

3. Batch jobs
  3.1 Constructing a batch job file
  3.2 Using SLURM commands to execute batch jobs
  3.3 Running parallel batch jobs
     3.3.1 Threads based parallel jobs
     3.3.2 MPI based parallel jobs
  3.4 Interactive batch jobs

4. Compiling environment
 4.1 Available Compilers
 4.2 Mathematical libraries
    4.2.1 MKL (Intel Math Kernel Library
    4.2.2 Usage of MKL in Taito
 4.3 Using MPI
    4.3.1 Compiling and linking MPI programs on Taito
    4.3.2 Include files
 4.4 Shared memory and hybrid parallelization
    4.4.1 How to compile
    4.4.2 Running OpenMP programs
    4.4.3 Hybrid parallelization
    4.4.4 Binding threads to cores
4.5 Debugging Parallel Applications
    4.5.1 Totalview debugger
    4.5.2 Debugging an Application
    4.5.3 Very basic features of Totalview
    4.5.4 Debugging running application

5. Installing third party applications
   Example 1. Installing your own version of program MCL program
   Example 2. Installing and using your own Perl module to Taito
   Example 3. Installing and using your own Python module at Taito 


Appendix 1. Applications for pilot users.

Appendix 2. CSC Quick guide

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