Erik D. Jacobson's Home Page
This is my old Supercomputing Institute web page and is presented here
for historical purposes only. It is not maintained. My last day
working for the Supercomputing Institute was 6/1/2000
You may click on most of the pictures on my web page to enlarge them.
I currently manage large Silicon
Graphics (SGI) Origin2000 systems for the University of Minnesota Supercomputing
Institute for Digital Simulation and Advanced Computation. The
Institute has a 62-processor Origin2000 with R12000 processors. We also have
a 24-processor and an 8-processor Origin2000. These systems are housed in
In addition, we have two
4-processor R12000 Origin200 compute servers in
the Basic Sciences
I also help manage SGI graphics workstations, SGI
servers, Sun workstations, Windows NT machines, machines running Linux,
and IBM RS6000 workstations located in Institute labs on campus. In
addition, I assist in managing our
Essentially, I am a UNIX Systems Administrator. I have extensive
experience with Silicon Graphics machines and Linux workstations. I
also have experience with many other flavors of UNIX machines.
I work at the University of Minnesota Supercomputing Institute. The
Institute has several labs on campus. My office is located in the
Supercomputer Center. The address follows.
Univ. of MN Supercomputing Institute
1200 Washington Ave South
Minneapolis MN 55415
Work Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Personal Email: email@example.com
Work Phone: 612.624.0532
are several ways to get help on Supercomputing Institute systems. They
Help line phone number: 612.626.0802
World Wide Web: http://www.msi.umn.edu/askaquestion.html
Please see the Institute web pages
for more information.
I have a Linux box on the net. This machine is where I send my personal
mail, and I have a few friends who use the system for email and news.
On this web site, I have also posted my resume and other personal
information. Please take a look.
The views and opinions expressed in this page are strictly those of the
The contents of this page have not been reviewed or approved by the
University of Minnesota.