SRG Lab is in CYC414. It contains the following clusters:
Real 1 Cluster: A 16-machine cluster of P2-300 MHz Lasertron
PCs, each with 128MB RAM, running Linux Redhat 7.0 (Kernel
Real 2 (SRG Dell) Cluster: A 16-machine cluster (but now only
13 is working) of P2-300 MHz PCs, each with 128MB RAM, running
Linux Redhat 6.2 (Kernel 2.2.14).
P3 (Ostrich) Cluster: A 32-machine cluster of P3-733 MHz Dell
PCs, each with 128MB RAM, running Linux Redhat 6.2 but kernel
upgraded to 2.4.2.
Cluster: A 8-machine cluster of P2-450 MHz dual-processor
PCs, each with 128 MB RAM, running Linux Redhat 5.3 (kernel
Cluster: A 4-machine cluster of Dell Poweredge 6300 4-way
SMP machines, running Redhat 6.1 (kernel 2.2.12).
ALR machine (4-way SMP, old but powerful) is serving as the
file server. It is running Linux Redhat 7.0 (kernel 2.4.2).
now, all machines are connected using Fast Ethernet with Intel
or IBM switches, thus the bandwidth can reach 100 Mbit/s. For
the P3 cluster, we also have the Gigabit Ethernet connection
through the 8-port Gigabit Ethernet switch.
software used are mostly related to the SRG researches, such
as Java and Kaffe, MPI, Distributed Shared Memory systems such
as TreadMarks, JIAJIA, and some codings developed by SRG members
-- such as Directed Point (DP), JESSICA systems, Clusterprobe
(cluster management tool) and JUMP (a software DSM). Please
visit our Research Homepage