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SuperMike-II

SuperMike-II, named after LSU's original large Linux cluster named SuperMike that was launched in 2002, is 10 times faster than its immediate predecessor, Tezpur.

SuperMike-II is a 146 TFlops Peak Performance 440 compute node cluster running the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 operating system. Each node contains two 8-Core Sandy Bridge Xeon 64-bit processors operating at a core frequency of 2.6 GHz. Fifty of the compute nodes also have two NVIDIA M2090 GPUs that provide an additional 66 Tflops total Peak performance.

SuperMike-II is open for general use to LSU users. (ref: SuperMike-II User Guide)

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SuperMike Racks
  • 2 Interactive Nodes
    • Two 2.6 GHz 8-Core Sandy Bridge Xeon 64-bit Processors
    • 64GB 1666MHz Ram
    • 500GB HD
    • 40 Gigabit/sec Infiniband network interface
    • 1 Gigabit Ethernet network interface
    • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
  • 382 Compute Nodes
    • Two 2.6 GHz 8-Core Sandy Bridge Xeon 64-bit Processors
    • 32GB 1666MHz Ram
    • 500GB HD
    • 40 Gigabit/sec Infiniband network interface
    • 1 Gigabit Ethernet network interface
    • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
  • 50 Compute Nodes
    • Two 2.6 GHz 8-Core Sandy Bridge Xeon 64-bit Processors
    • Two NVIDIA M2090 GPUs
    • 64GB 1666MHz Ram
    • 500GB HD
    • 40 Gigabit/sec Infiniband network interface
    • 1 Gigabit Ethernet network interface
    • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
  • 8 Compute Nodes
    • Two 2.6 GHz 8-Core Sandy Bridge Xeon 64-bit Processors
    • 256GB 1666MHz Ram
    • 500GB HD
    • 40 Gigabit/sec Infiniband network interface
    • 1 Gigabit Ethernet network interface
    • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
  • Cluster Storage
    • 400 TB DDN Lustre High-Performance disk
    • 2 TB NFS-mounted /home disk storage

Last modified: November 13 2014 09:54:14.