UW LSST Software on Ostrogoth
Our server is ostrogoth.astro.washington.edu. It has a MySQL server which is used to keep track of the results of our pipeline runs and a subversion server which keeps track of our software. In addition, the following software is available:
An interface to MySQL that is compatible with the standard Python DB Interface (v2). See the on-line user's guide, or the local copy:
Version 1.2.0 installed 2005-10-25 using the standard distutils procedure (RO).
A numerical array package. On-line manual
Verson 1.3.2 installed using up2date.
Another numerical array package. Faster for large matrices but otherwise numarray is preferred. See the on-line manual. Numeric is in the process of being superseded by scipy core.
Version 23.8 installed via up2date.
A pure python FITS file reader and writer. See the on-line users's manual (pdf) or the local copy:
Version 0.9.8 installed 2005-10-26 by copying (as root) to
A library of C and FORTRAN routines for reading and writing FITS files. See the Quick Start Guide or the C Programmer's Reference.
Version 22.214.171.124 installed 2005-10-26 using ./configure, make, make install (all as root, since doing make not as root and then make install as root didn't install anything). Note: I did not use "make shared".
Monitor resource usage (CPU and memory) of programs. See the on-line quick start guide or manual.
Version 2.1.2 is available on ostrogoth and a later version is available on babaroga, etc., via /astro/net/bin/valgrind (and is more likely to be useful there).