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Module CommandDescription

$ module avail

 Display all the software and versions installed on the system

$ module avail module_name

Display all installed versions of the software "module_name" 

$ module list

Display the software you have loaded in your environment

$ module what-is module_name

Displays some descriptive information about a specific module

$ module load module_name

Load a software module in your environment
$ module unload module_nameUnload a specific software package from your environment

$ module purge

 Unload all the software modules from your environment

$ module help

 Display a help menu for the module command

Common Software Packages

Follow the links below for detailed information on using the listed software packages.

Compilers

Puma, Ocelote, and El Gato all run CentOS7 and have the following compilers available:

CompilerVersionModule Command
Intel 2020.1$ module load intel/2020.1
Intel2020.4$ module load intel/2020.4
gcc5.4.0

$ module load gnu/5.4.0

gcc7.3.0$ module load gnu7/7.3.0
gcc8.3.0$ module load gnu8/8.3.0
This one is loaded by default

Common Software Packages

Follow the links below for detailed information on using the listed software packages.

Perl

Python

R

Matlab

Anaconda

Installing additional software

To submit a request to have software installed on the UA HPC systems, use our HPC Software Install Request form. (This link might be under construction, so send an email to hpc-consult) There is no expected timeframe for how long it takes to install software, there are many variables that determine this. If you haven't heard back in a week, it is reasonable for you to follow up with consultant a support ticket

You may also install software packages into the space that is allocated to you with your HPC account.  However, you cannot install software that requires root permission, or use a method like "yum install" that accesses system paths. For information on installing software locally, see our online guide for an example.

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