Our grid contains a variety of machine configurations, from basic dual-core systems to large-memory multiprocessors. All systems are accessible to all members of the CS community for research or educational purposes.
All machines mount the department's filesystems. All are on the department's network, but some are better connected than others. See the networking notes below. Access to the machines is restricted to the gridengine software.
The current grid sports 107 nodes with a total of 1896 cores, as detailed in the following table.
|mblade12||20||32||640||64G||160G||Opteron 6282 SE||2.6|
|mblade13||10||64||640||256G (1-3,8-10), 128G (4-7)||1T||Opteron 6380||2.5|
In the table above, where there are multiple machines of a type, hostnames end with a number (e.g. dblade17).
All machines are running 64-bit Debian Linux.
The grid also offers 25 GPU servers, providing a total of 140 GPUs. These machines are available only to jobs that specifically request GPUs.
|gpu1601-05||5||12||4||256G||8G||256G||Xeon E5-2603||Nvidia GTX 1080|
|gpu1701-08||8||12||4||256G||11G||256G||Xeon E5-2603||Nvidia GTX 1080ti|
|gpu1801-02||2||16||8||128G||11G||256G||Xeon E5-2609||Nvidia GTX 1080ti|
|gpu1901-04||4||16||8||128G||11G||1T||Xeon Bronze 3106||Nvidia RTX 2080ti|
|gpu1905-06||2||16||8||128G||11G||1T||Xeon Bronze 3106||Nvidia GTX 1080ti|
|gpu1907||1||16||4||128G||24G||1T||Xeon Bronze 3106||Nvidia Titan RTX|
|gpu2001||1||16||4||128G||24G||1T||Xeon Bronze 3106||Nvidia Titan RTX|
|gpu2002-03||2||16||8||256G||11G||1T||Xeon Bronze 3106||Nvidia RTX 2080ti|
Each machine on the grid has a 1Gb switched network connection to the department's core switches.
History / Provenance
These are Dell PowerEdge 1855 blade systems. They were purchased by the department, for the grid.
MaxBuilt blades purchased for the grid in 2012.
MaxBuilt blades purchased for the grid in 2013.
MaxBuilt blades purchased for the grid in 2016.
GPU servers purchased by the department in 2016.
GPU servers purchased by the department in 2017.
GPU servers purchased by the department in 2018.
GPU servers purchased by the department in 2019.
GPU server purchased in 2019 for Stephen Bach's research group.
GPU servers purchased by the department in 2020.