The transition to HiPerGator 2.0 is mostly complete, with all users now running jobs on HiPerGator 2.0 under SLURM. We thank our users for their patience through the transition process, and for working with us as we learn and document the ins and outs of the new HiPerGator hardware, storage and scheduler.

Most user issues have been resolved, and many updates have been made to user documentation on this website as well as on our wiki. Please have a look at this updated documentation, especially if you continue to experience issues. Additionally, we will continue to update this news feed regularly with items we hope our users will find helpful.

Important documentation updates:

Please feel free to open a support request if you continue to experience any issues or have other support needs.