Details about the World's Fastest Linux Supercomputer for Lawrence Livermore National Labs
Friday July 19 2002 @ 09:58AM EDT

Each node within the cluster contains QsNet ELAN3 by Quadrics, 4 GB of DDR SDRAM memory per node, 120 GB Disk Space. ICE Box™ will also be used to help LLNL manage and maintain the clusters. Below is the breakdown of the Linux cluster system specs.

- 9.2 Tflops Linux cluster
- 3.8 TB of aggregate memory
- 115.2 TB of aggregate local disk space
- 962 total nodes plus separate hot spare cluster and development cluster
- 1,920 Intel 2.4 GHz Xeon processors
- Sub 1U Evolocity node for 924 compute nodes
- LinuxBIOS on all nodes
- ICE Box 3.0
- Blue Arc Si7500 Storage Systems with a combined storage capacity of 115 terabytes
- Cluster File Systems, Inc. supplied the Lustre Open Source cluster wide file system

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