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  • Sol

    Sol is a heterogenous condo cluster built by Dell consisting of 1284 computing cores, 6.0625 TB RAM and 50 nVIDIA GTX 1080 GPUs. Sol provides a peak performance of 46.75 TFLOPs from CPUs and 12.850 TFLOPs from GPUs for a total theoretical peak performance of 59.60 TFLOPs. All nodes are interconnected using 2:1 oversubscribed Mellanox EDR (100Gbs) Infiniband fabric. 

    System Configuration

    • 1 Interactive node
      • Two 2.3GHz 10-core Intel Xeon E5-2650 v3, 25M Cache
      • 128GB 2133MHz RAM
      • 1TB HDD
      • 10 GbE and 1 GbE network interface
      • CentOS 7.x
    • 9 Compute Nodes
      • Two 2.3GHz 10-core Intel Xeon E5-2650 v3, 25M Cache
      • 128GB 2133MHz RAM
      • 1TB HDD
      • 100 Gb/s EDR Infiniband network interface
      • 10 GbE and 1 GbE network interface
      • CentOS 7.x
    • 25 Compute Nodes
      • Two 2.3GHz 12-core Intel Xeon E5-2670 v3, 30M Cache
      • 128GB 2133MHz RAM
      • 1TB HDD
      • 100 Gb/s EDR Infiniband network interface
      • 10 GbE and 1 GbE network interface
      • Two EVGA Geforce GTX 1080 PCIE 8GB GDDR5
      • CentOS 7.x
    • 8 Compute Nodes
      • Two 2.3GHz 12-core Intel Xeon E5-2670 v3, 30M Cache
      • 128GB 2133MHz RAM
      • 1TB HDD
      • 100 Gb/s EDR Infiniband network interface
      • 10 GbE and 1 GbE network interface
      • CentOS 7.x
    • 13 Compute Nodes
      • Two 2.2GHz 12-core Intel Xeon E5-2650 v4, 30M Cache
      • 64GB 2133MHz RAM
      • 1TB HDD
      • 100 Gb/s EDR Infiniband network interface
      • 10 GbE and 1 GbE network interface
      • CentOS 7.x
    • 1 Compute Nodes: Acquisition being planned

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    Host name:
    sol.cc.lehigh.edu
    Nodes:
    55
    Total number of compute cores:
    1284
    Architecture:
    x86_64
    Memory:
    6.0625 TB
    Disk:
    Each node has 1TB disk with 500GB reserved for local scratch
    Network:
    2:1 oversubscribed Mellanox EDR (100Gbps) Infiniband
    Operating System:
    CentOS 7.2
    How to Access:
    For Service Level Enhanced II
  • Maia

    Maia is a symmetric multiprocessor (SMP) server for batch-scheduled (non-GUI) computing.

    Host name:
    maia.cc.lehigh.edu
    Computing Cores:
    2 16-core 2.5 GHz (3.4 GHz turbo) AMD Opteron 6380 CPUs (total 32 cores)
    Cache:
    16MB L3
    Architecture:
    64 bit x86_64
    Memory:
    128 GB
    Disk:
    2 GB home directories from nas2:/zhome. Quota extensible at $1/GB/y.
    Network:
    Gigabit ethernet
    Operating System:
    CentOS 6.4