Difference: MulticoreMachines (7 vs. 8)

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Multicore Machines in URCS

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Naming scheme

The machines generally follow a naming scheme which reveals their computational capacity. They are generally named as follows:

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node [NUMBER OF DIES] x [NUMBER OF CORES PER DIE] x [NUMBER OF HYPER-THREADS PER CORE] x [a-z]
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node [NUMBER OF DIES] x [NUMBER OF CORES PER DIE] x [NUMBER OF HYPER-THREADS PER CORE] x [a-z]
  Since the hyper-threading was mostly introduced for naming our Nehalem processors, it might not appear in the convention.
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node2x12x1a 2 AMD Opteron 6172 Opteron, 2.1GHz, 12-Cores x 1-"Thread" 16GB Operating system research, unstable kernel, no NFS mounting
node4x2a 4 Intel Xeon 3.4GHz   4GB  
node73-node78 2 Intel Xeon E5520 Nehalem, 2.27GHz, 4-Cores x 1-"Threads" 16GB 6 new cluster nodes, jobs should be submitted through the qsub system
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node2x18a 2 Intel Xeon E5-2699v3 Haswell, 2.30Ghz, 18-core x 2-"Threads" 198GB Transactional memory research (more information)
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