Bridges User Guide

 

System Configuration

Bridges contains login, database, web server and data transfer nodes in addition to its  computational nodes.  There are four types of computational nodes:

  • Regular Shared Memory (RSM) nodes with 128GB RAM each.  
  • Regular Shared Memory nodes with 128GB RAM and GPUs (RSM-GPU).
  • Large Shared Memory (LSM) nodes with 3TB RAM each
  • Extreme Shared Memory (ESM) nodes with 12TB RAM each

Bridges' computational nodes supply 1.3018 Pf/s and 274 TiB RAM.  The Bridges system also includes more than 6PB of node-local storage and 10PB of shared storage in the Pylon file system.

 

NodesNumberCPUsGPURAMCacheNode-local storageServer
RSM 752 2 Intel Haswell (E5-2695 v3) CPUs
14 cores/CPU, 2.3 - 3.3 GHz
N/A 128GB, DDR4-2133 35MB LLC 2 HDDs, 4TB each HPE Apollo 2000
RSM-GPU 16 2 Intel Haswell (E5-2695 v3) CPUs
14 cores/CPU, 2.3 - 3.3 GHz
2 NVIDIA Tesla K80
Kepler architecture
128GB, DDR4-2133 35MB LLC 2 HDDs, 4TB each HPE Apollo 2000
32 2 Intel Broadwell E5-2683 v4 CPUs
16 cores/CPU, 2.1 - 3.0 GHz
2 NVIDIA Tesla P100
Pascal architecture
128GB, DDR4-2400 40MB LLC  2HDDs, 4TB each
LSM 8 4 Intel Xeon E5-8860 v3 CPUs
16 cores/CPU, 2.2 -3.2 GHz
N/A 3TB, DDR4-2133 40MB LLC  4 HDDs, 4TB each HPE ProLiant DL580
34 4 Intel Xeon E7-8870 v4 CPUs
20 cores/CPU, 2.1 -3.0 GHz
3TB, DDR4-2400 50MB LLC  4 HDDs, 4TB each
ESM 2 16 Intel Xeon E7-8880 v3 CPUs
18 cores/CPU, 2.3 - 3.1 GHz
N/A 12TB, DDR4-2133 45MB LLC  16 HDDs, 4TB each HPE Integrity Superdome X
2 16 Intel Xeon E7-8880 v4 CPUs
22 cores/CPU, 2.2 - 3.3 GHz
12TB, DDR4-2400 55MB LLC  16 HDDs, 4TB each
Database, web server, data transfer and login nodes    2 Intel Xeon E5 series CPUs
14 cores/CPU, 2.3 - 3.3 GHz
 N/A  128GB 35MB LLC  Database nodes have additional SSDs or HDDs HPE ProLiant DL360s or HPE ProLiant DL380s

 

 

 

New on Bridges

DDT version 7.0 installed
DDT documentation

Runtime limit on LM nodes now 2 weeks
See partition limits

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