High Performance Computing storage systems
Glenn, the Ohio Supercomputer Center IBM Cluster 1350
The Ohio Supercomputer Center's IBM Cluster 1350, named "Glenn", features AMD Opteron multi-core technologies. The system offers a peak performance of more than 54 trillion floating point operations per second and a variety of memory and processor configurations. The current Glenn Phase II components were installed and deployed in 2009, while the earlier phase of Glenn – now decommissioned – had been installed and deployed in 2007.658 System x3455 compute nodes Dual socket, quad core 2.5 GHz Opterons 24 GB RAM 393 GB local disk space in /tmp 4 System x3755 login nodes Quad socket 2 dual core 2.6 GHz Opterons 8 GB RAM Voltaire 20 Gbps PCI Express adapters
Ohio Supercomputer Center Mass Storage Environment
The Mass Storage Environment (MSE) at OSC consists of servers, data storage
subsystems, and networks providing a number of storage services to OSC HPC
systems. The current configuration consists of:
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