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Cluster dusky.sharcnet.ca

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Manufacturer HP
Operating System CentOS 6.3
Interconnect 10G
Total processors/cores 480
Nodes
1‑20
24 cores
2 sockets x 12 cores per socket
Xeon E5-2670v3 @ 2.3 GHz
Type: Home
Memory: 64.0 GB
Local storage: 500 GB
Total attached storage 0 Bytes
Suitable use

Note: This system is contributed by a research group. The contributing group has the benefit of access to the resources on a preferential basis as determined on a "best efforts" basis by the SHARCNET system administrator. Jobs submitted by contributing group have a higher priority than others. For the policies on the contribution of systems, please refer to Contribution of Computational Assets to SHARCNET.

Software available

FDTD, GDB, GCC, MONO, OCTAVE, R, INTEL, FFTW, OPENCV, EMACS, OPENMPI, AUTODOCKVINA, LSDYNA, PYTHON, BOOST, ABAQUS, COMSOL, SPARK, PERL, NINJA, SYSTEM, LAMMPS, LLVM, BINUTILS, ESPRESSO, BLAST, SUBVERSION, GIT, ACML, NCBIC++TOOLKIT, GEANT4

Recent System Notices

Status Status Notes
Oct 16 2019, 11:52AM
(about 21 hours ago)

Cluster is back up after the brief unscheduled power outage.

Oct 16 2019, 11:48AM
(about 21 hours ago)

Goblin, dusky and copper are currently down after a brief unscheduled power outage. We are working on recovering them.

Sep 26 2019, 02:07PM
(21 days ago)

The cluster is back up after an upgrade to the same software stack as Graham.

The cluster is be usable like Graham and the other national systems and uses Graham’s /home and /project filesystems, you can can find more information here:

https://docs.computecanada.ca/wiki/Getting_started

Sep 25 2019, 09:07AM
(22 days ago)

The cluster is down for a upgrade to the same software stack as Graham and is expected to return to service September 26.

After the upgrade the cluster will be usable like Graham and the other national systems and will use Graham’s /home and /project filesystems, you can can find more information here:

https://docs.computecanada.ca/wiki/Getting_started

Sep 18 2019, 09:19AM
(29 days ago)

The cluster will be down for a upgrade to the same software stack as Graham starting at 9am. September 25 and is expected to return to service September 26.

After the upgrade the cluster will be usable like Graham and the other national systems and will use Graham’s /home and /project filesystems, you can can find more information here:

https://docs.computecanada.ca/wiki/Getting_started

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