Introduction

Learn about OpenHPC, a collaborative community effort to provide common, pre-built ingredients required to deploy and manage an HPC Linux cluster.

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ARM server racks

We are pleased to announce the release of OpenHPC v1.3.4

OpenHPC 1.3.4 provides several enhancements, including support for Centos 7.4 and SUSE12 Service Pack 3, Python 3 libraries, and new packages (likwid - performance monitoring, mfem - 3D math library and nhc - node health checker). Many more packages have been updated, and there are new install guide recipes to support Warewulf/PBS Professional on AArch64. Additionally, there are significant changes to the way dependencies are calculated internally.

Please see the Release notes for more detailed information along with important highlights for upgrading your local installation.

Release notes Install guides

Arm and OpenHPC

Arm is a silver member of OpenHPC. OpenHPC 1.3.4 supports builds for 64-bit Arm (AArch64)

OpenHPC Community

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OpenHPC downloads

Get pre-built binaries, install recipes for Arm AArch64 OpenHPC packages.

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OpenHPC mailing lists

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FAQs

Information regarding Arm and OpenHPC

Q: How is Arm involved with OpenHPC?
Arm and its partners are working closely with OpenHPC community on 64-bit Arm (Armv8-A AArch64) builds.

Q: I am having a problem with an 64-bit Arm (AArch64) OpenHPC Package? How can I get help?
Please raise the issue with openhpc-users mailing list. For more information please see OpenHPC FAQ.