Research Computing Environment (RCE)

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RCE Upgrade

July 22, 2015

RCE user's should perform the following tasks to coincide with the NoMachine upgrade on the RCE:

- Due to configuration changes made by NoMachine, local settings from old versions of NX may cause problems with your RCE connection. To clear your settings, delete your ".nx" folder. A new folder will be created automatically. Unfortunately you will need to re-create your RCE connection.

- On Windows: C:\Users\username\.nx
- On Mac: /Users/username/.nx
- On Linux: /home/username/.nx


RCE Developer Blog

Always On: Persistent Interactive Jobs on the RCE

Do you run interactive jobs on the Research Computing Environment (RCE)? You probably do, but, do you know what differentiates interactive jobs from non-interactive or batch RCE jobs?

It’s simple: Interactive jobs expect user-input and are often GUI providing applications like XStata, Matlab, or Mathematica. Batch jobs expect no user input and run in parallel without intervention.

How RCE powered applications work now