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The IBM Power5 cluster is a 10 node system using the AIX operating system. These nodes are coupled with high performance switch interconnects suitable for parallel computing. One node is used as the head node while the remaining 13 nodes are serving as compute nodes.

  • 9 Parallel Computing Nodes
    • 8 IBM Power5 1.9 GHz processors
    • 16 GB RAM
    • 1 IBM High Performance (Federation) Switch network interface
    • 4 1Gb Ethernet network interfaces
    • 2 10/100 Ethernet network interfaces
    • AIX 5.3
  • 1 Interactive Node
    • 8 IBM Power5 1.9 GHz processors
    • 16 GB RAM
    • 1 IBM High Performance (Federation) Switch network interface
    • 4 1Gb Ethernet network interfaces
    • 2 10/100 Ethernet network interfaces
    • AIX 5.3
  • Cluster Storage
    • 270 GB IBM disk NFS exports from CSM server
System Name System Type Nodes SMP Size Total CPUs Memory/Node TFLOPS Node Interconnect Work Disk Location
Bluedawg IBM P575 14 8 104 16 GB 0.851 IBM HPS 270 GB LaTech

IBM System: Nodes In Use (Percentage)

  • Note that ducky, lacumba, neptune, and zeke are decommissioned systems.

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