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Damascus is the working name for the Earlham Computer Science Department's upcoming cluster computer.
Damascus is the working name for the Earlham Computer Science Department's upcoming cluster computer.
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At the moment Damascus exists only as a $40,000 grant and a growing list of specifications:
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At the moment Damascus exists only as a $40,000 grant and a growing list of tentative specifications:
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== Tentative Specifications ==
=== Budget ===
=== Budget ===
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** 10 Gigabit Ethernet fabric
** 10 Gigabit Ethernet fabric
** Infiniband
** Infiniband
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== ION Computer Systems Quotation 1 ==
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*2  ION G10 Server with GPU:
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** (2) Intel® Quad-Core Xeon® processor E5530 (2.40GHz, 8MB Cache, 5.86GT/s, 80W)
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** 12GB RAM [Bank 1 of 2: (6) 2GB ECC PC3-10600 1333MHz 2rank DDR3 RDIMM Modules][Smart]
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** Total memory: 12GB DDR3_1333
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** Configure 1 RAID sets / arrays.
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** Seagate SV35.3 250GB, 7200RPM, SATA 3Gb for SDVR 3.5“ Disk
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** (1) NVidia Tesla C1060 w. 4GB DDR3
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** Dual Intel Gigabit Server NICs with IOAT2 Integrated
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** Default load for testing (Service Partition + CentOS 5.3 for Intel64)
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*7 ION G10 Server without GPU:
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** (2) Intel® Quad-Core Xeon® processor E5530 (2.40GHz, 8MB Cache, 5.86GT/s, 80W)
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** 12GB RAM [Bank 1 of 2: (6) 2GB ECC PC3-10600 1333MHz 2rank DDR3 RDIMM Modules][Smart]
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** Total memory: 12GB DDR3_1333
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** Configure 1 RAID sets / arrays.
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** Seagate SV35.3 250GB, 7200RPM, SATA 3Gb for SDVR 3.5“ Disk
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** Dual Intel Gigabit Server NICs with IOAT2 Integrated
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** Default load for testing (Service Partition + CentOS 5.3 for Intel64)
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** scorpion: ION bootable USB Flash device for trouble shooting.
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** 3 year Next Business Day response Onsite Repair Service by Source Support

Revision as of 19:51, 15 December 2009

Damascus is the working name for the Earlham Computer Science Department's upcoming cluster computer.

At the moment Damascus exists only as a $40,000 grant and a growing list of tentative specifications:

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Tentative Specifications

Budget

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ION Computer Systems Quotation 1

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