QB2

QB2 came on-line 5 Nov 2014. It is a 1.5 Petaflop peak performance cluster containing 504 compute nodes with 960 NVIDIA Tesla K20x GPU's, and over 10,000 Intel Xeon processing cores. It achieved 1.052 PF during testing, and premiered at number 46 on the November 2014 Top500 list. The system is housed in the state's Information Systems Building (ISB), located in Baton Rouge.

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QB2 Racks
  • Common Features
    • RedHat Enterprise Linux 6 Operating System
    • 56 Gb/sec (FDR) InfiniBand 2:1 oversubscribed mesh
    • 1 Gb/sec Ethernet management network
    • 10 Gb/sec and 40 Gb/sec external connectivity
  • 480 Compute Nodes, each with:
    • Two 10-core 2.8 GHz E5-2680v2 Xeon processors.
    • 64 GB memory
    • 500 GB HDD
    • 2 NVIDIA Tesla K20x GPU's
  • 16 Compute Nodes, each with:
    • Two 10-core 2.8 GHz E5-2680v2 Xeon processors.
    • 64 GB memory
    • 500 GB HDD
    • 2 Intel Xeon Phi 7120P's
  • 4 Visualization Nodes, each with:
    • Two 10-core 2.8 GHz E5-2680v2 Xeon processors.
    • Two NVIDIA Tesla K40 GPU's
    • 128 GB memory
    • 500 GB HDD
  • 4 Big Memory Nodes, each with:
    • Four 12-core 2.6 GHz E7-4860v2 Xeon processors.
    • 1.5 TB memory
    • Two 1 TB HDD's
  • 1 Login Node, with:
    • Two 10-core 2.8 GHz E5-2680v2 Xeon processors
    • 128 GB Ram
    • Two 1 TB HDD's
    • 1 NVIDIA K20X GPU
  • Cluster Storage
    • 2.8 PB Lustre file system

Last modified: November 01 2016 13:18:22.