Welcome New Computer Users¶
- If you have never had a Fermilab account, start by getting an account
- Once you have your Fermilab account or you are joining a new project, apply for interactive account on your project's computers, see requesting interactive account.
- Access and Grid submission requires understanding authentication
- You should also understand the computing_resources available.
- Understanding storage volumes at Fermilab.
- For what to do next, check with your experiment, or continue reading below.
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- You may also find Tips for Accessing Experiment Specific Computing useful.
Doing useful work¶
- Good examples. These have project-specific information, but they can help new users understand, in general, what is done.
- Submitting jobs via jobsub
- Efficiency Policy and Email Reports
- FIFE Monitoring
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Best Practice
FabrIc for Frontier Experiments (FIFE) is the central tools and services to address common challenges in offline computing. FIFE takes the collective experience from current and past experiments to provide options for designing offline computing for experiments. FIFE is modular so experiments can take what they need, and new tools from outside communities can be incorporated as they develop.
For more information see: https://cdcvs.fnal.gov/redmine/projects/fife/wiki/Introduction_to_FIFE_and_Component_Services