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Cluster saw.sharcnet.ca

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Manufacturer HP
Operating System CentOS 6.x
Interconnect DDR InfiniBand
Total processors/cores 2712
Nodes
saw: 1‑336
8 cores
2 sockets x 4 cores per socket
Intel Xeon @ 2.83 GHz
Type: Compute
Notes: Compute nodes
Memory: 16.0 GB
Local storage: None
saw: 8001
8 cores
2 sockets x 4 cores per socket
Intel Xeon @ 2.83 GHz
Type: Admin
Notes: Admin node
Memory: 16.0 GB
Local storage: None
saw: 9001‑9002
8 cores
2 sockets x 4 cores per socket
Intel Xeon @ 2.83 GHz
Type: Login
Notes: Login nodes
Memory: 16.0 GB
Local storage: None
Total attached storage 127 TB
Suitable use

Parallel applications.

Software available

GAUSSIAN, LSDYNA, OPENJDK, CHARM++, CP2K, INTEL, ACML, ECLIPSE, FREEFEM++, UTIL, ABAQUS, SIESTA, ADF/BAND, GROMACS, R, LAMMPS, PYTHON, ABINIT, PARI/GP, CONVERGE, OCTAVE, NETCDF, MERCURIAL, OPENMPI, BLAST, NWCHEM, DAR, MPFUN, GCC, MKL, OPEN64, PETSC_SLEPC, ORCA, SAMTOOLS, CMAKE, GIT, BOOST, GNU , FFTW, HDF, ESPRESSO, CDF, QD, GEANT4, TINKER, ARPACK-NG, ANSYS, SUBVERSION, STAR-CCM+, MrBAYES, GMP, BINUTILS, MPC, BIOPERL, CPMD, PERL, MATLAB, SPRNG, MPFR, VIM, AMBER, VALGRIND, RLWRAP, IPM, TEXLIVE, BIOSAMTOOLS, YT, WRF, DLPOLY, COREUTILS, NAMD, SUPERLU, PNETCDF, GNUPLOT, GSL, MPIBLAST, SQ, ILOGCPLEX, FDTD, PGI, OPENCV

Current system state details Graphs

Recent System Notices

Status Status Notes
Jan 19 2015, 11:40AM
(about 1 month ago)

The saw cluster is back online after a system crash around 12:30am this morning.

All jobs running at the time were killed, and will need to be restarted.

Jan 19 2015, 10:15AM
(about 1 month ago)

The saw cluster is temporarily offline due to a system crash. We are currently working to bring the system back online.

Sep 05 2014, 10:25AM
(6 months ago)

Saw has returned to service after the power outage. Some running jobs were killed and need to be re-submitted.

Please report any problems via https://www.sharcnet.ca/my/problems/submit or with email to help@sharcnet.ca

Sep 05 2014, 09:58AM
(6 months ago)

There was a power outage at UWaterloo this morning that has affected some saw and orca jobs. The clusters are now recovering.

Aug 13 2014, 10:34AM
(7 months ago)

The Saw cluster is back online after a power issue overnight.

Many of Saw’s compute nodes were affected by the outage, and jobs running on those nodes were lost, and will need to be restarted.

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