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Navy DSRC iDataPlex Systems HAISE and KILRAIN Now Available
The Navy DSRC is proud to announce that our unclassified TI-11/12 acquisitions, two IBM iDataPlex systems named HAISE and KILRAIN, are now available to the HPCMP general user community.
Each system is configured with 18,816 compute cores via 1,176 compute nodes containing 16 Intel Sandy Bridge E5-2670 cores and 32 GB of memory. Each node runs RedHat Linux 6.2 and has access to the 2.8 PB GPFS parallel filesystem as well as the 4X FDR-10 Mellanox Infiniband communication fabric. The batch queuing system is PBSPro version 11.3. Other software of note on the systems includes the IBM Parallel Environment, Intel Compiler Suite, Intel Math Kernel Library (MKL), GNU Compiler Suite, OpenMPI and the TotalView Debugger. Software packages may be accessed via the Modules software which is available in the default user environment.
The systems may be accessed via haise.navo.hpc.mil and kilrain.navo.hpc.mil respectively. Both systems have 2 login nodes (haise[1|2] and kilrain[1|2]) and 4 nodes with external network access dedicated to the transfer queue.
Documentation for HAISE and KILRAIN will be available soon on the Navy DSRC web site: http://www.navo.hpc.mil/
Users are invited to report problems and direct requests for unclassified assistance to the Consolidated Customer Assistance Center (CCAC) at 1-877-222-2039 or by E-mail at email@example.com.