TCP Linda is a parallel execution environment to parallelize Gaussian jobs. By default, Gaussian jobs are single processor core jobs. TCP Linda must be used to to parallelize Gaussian. In order to use TCP Linda you must configure your Gaussian input file to use multiple processors (and possibly multiple nodes). For multiple node jobs this requires that you know which nodes you will be running on. However, this information is not known ahead of time. We have developed a script that will configure your job for you. Please follow the instructions below.
In order to run a Gaussian job on our clusters you must first load the Gaussian module:
Subsequently, you should source the Gaussian command file to set up your environment: