Tezpur

Tezpur, the university's next supercomputer-- named for one of the world's hottest peppers, is a 15.3 TFlops Peak Performance 360 compute node cluster running the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 operating system. Each node contains two Dual Core Xeon 64-bit processors operating at a core frequency of 2.66 GHz. Tezpur was delivered to LSU on November 3, 2006 and is open for general use to LSU users. A user guide is available here.

  • 360 Compute Nodes
    • Two 2.66 GHz Dual Core Xeon 64-bit Processors
    • 4 GB Ram
    • 10 Gb/sec Infiniband network interface
    • 1 Gb/sec Ethernet network interface
    • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4
  • 1 Interactive Node
    • Two 3.00 GHz Dual Core Xeon 64-bit Processors
    • 8 GB Ram
    • 10 Gb/sec Infiniband network interface
    • 1 Gb/sec Ethernet network interface
    • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4
  • Cluster Storage
    • 192 TB DDN Lustre High-Performance disk
    • 2 TB NFS-mounted /home disk storage

Last modified: December 06 2012 10:55:51.