Category Archives: GPU

GPU performance – an overview

Since Christmas is coming, it’s time to think about what to upgrade and why. We want maybe to get better GPUs, but better for what? For me it is not clear yet the usage the people give to them. It … Continue reading

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CryoSPARC 2 update on CentOS 7

We have installed previously CryoSPARC 2, but since I’m kind of conservative about, I didn’t update it until I had a feature request from an user. The update is in principle quite easy. You just run cryosparcm update on the … Continue reading

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CryoSPARC 2 install on CentOS 7

There’s a new CryoSPARC available. We had a previous installation, but it can not be updated to this version. You need to ask for a new license. This is a boring post about how it is installed, plus the installation … Continue reading

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[WARNING] Service returned no data for label gpu use error on munin node

If you have several Linux clients and no way to monitoring what’s going on munin is your friend. I have a couple of non-standard munin plugins that I’ve been scraping around so I was feeling brave enough to write a … Continue reading

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Dell T3600 boots but no video

I have a few of this Dell T3600 towers (circa 2012) that are fantastic workstations. But as time goes on, they started to fail and I don’t have Dell support anymore. So I’m on my own. We have that machine … Continue reading

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A relion 2.1.stable module for CentOS 7

There is a new relion to add to the collection. You can find the installation details here. I will tell you my experience doing as suggested. First thing that it calls my attention on the github instructions is that they … Continue reading

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A cisTEM module on CentOS 7

cisTEM is user-friendly software to process cryo-EM images of macromolecular complexes and obtain high-resolution 3D reconstructions from them. And you will find it here. I will not discuss about why you want to have it on your system instead of … Continue reading

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