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Like all PRACE Tier-1 and Tier-0 sites we have implemented modules for applications and libraries frequently used by PRACE users. There is also a meta module "prace" which load compilers modules and sets '''PRACE_ARCH''' and '''PRACE_COMPILER''' environmental variables.
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Like all PRACE Tier-1 and Tier-0 sites we have implemented modules for applications and libraries frequently used by PRACE users. To load this set of modules just type in on command line or in you script:
 
  module load prace
 
  
 
To list loaded modules run:
 
To list loaded modules run:
 
   module list  
 
   module list  
 
There is no obligation to load the '''prace''' module, and we recommend to check if you need the variables set and libraries loaded by this module. If not, loading it is not recommended as it may cause some conflicts with other specific modules you will try to load.
 
  
 
Short and full module descriptions are available after executing commands:
 
Short and full module descriptions are available after executing commands:
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   module -H
  
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Like all PRACE Tier-1 and Tier-0 sites we have implemented modules for applications and libraries frequently used by PRACE users. There is also a meta module "prace" which load compilers modules and sets PRACE_ARCH and PRACE_COMPILER environmental variables.

To load a module use:


module load module_name


To list loaded modules run:

 module list 

Short and full module descriptions are available after executing commands:

 module whatis module_name
 module help module_name

To see all modules installed:

 module avail

A few examples of installed applications are listed in software article.

Some paths and variables are set before loading any modules. Please check output of:

 env 

Additional documentation could be accesed by running:

 module -H

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