The UCL Condor Pool is a distributed high-throughput cluster of ~1,089 Windows PCs, ideal for running large numbers of similar jobs. The Pool uses the Condor resource management system developed by the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Between October 2003 and July 2005, UCL Condor managed, processed and returned near to 2,000,000 hours of computational chemistry, physics and geological programs for users all over the UK academic community, a total roughly equivalent to 220 years of CPU time.
For enquiries about or assistance using the Condor Pool, please contact the Research Computing team at rc-support AT ucl.ac.uk.
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