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 +====== Final Configuration & Quote (yea!) ======
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 +==== At Last ... in time for Christmas Lights? ====
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 +  * via Platform/​Rocks technical support: PBS/LSF currently can manage jobs at the core unit for dual core processors. ​ It is expected that in Q1 of 2007, PBS/LSF will support scheduling jobs at the core unit for quad core processors.
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 +^Quote^36 node HPCC by Dell^^^
 +^Nodes| a total of 36 nodes, 72 cpus, 288 cores|||
 +^ |32 Xeon, 2*(Quad Core 5355 2.66 Ghz), 4 Gb@667Mhz|dual 80 Gb 7.2K RPM Sata/​SAS|light,​ 256 cores|
 +^ |04 Xeon, 2*(Quad Core 5355, 2.66 Ghz), 16 Gb@667Mhz|single 80 Gb 7.2K RPM Sata/​SAS|heavy,​ 32 cores|
 +^ |02 Xeon, 2*(Quad Core 5355 2.66 Ghz), 2 Gb@667Mhz|dual 80 Gb 7.2K RPM Sata/​SAS|head&​io on UPS|
 +^OS|redhat Head: AS 4, IO: As 4, Light: WS43 EMT64, Heavy: WS43 EMT64|||
 +^Storage|2 MD1000 with split backplanes, 7*36 Gb 15K RPM Raid 0 disks for each heavy node||high performance|
 +^Storage|none (10 TB will be purchased & serviced via SAN)||mass|
 +^InfiniBand|16 nodes + head node||24 port switch|
 +^Software|Platform/​OCS by Platform Computing||integrated|
 +^Support|3 yrs: cluster care for OCS; work nodes 8x5xNBD; switches, head&io nodes are 24x7x4.|||
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