Kebnekaise

  • Posted on: 13 October 2016
  • By: bbrydsoe

Kebnekaise is the new supercomputer at HPC2N. It is named after the massif of the same name, which has some of Sweden's highest mountain peaks. Just as the massif, the supercomputer Kebnekaise is a system with many faces. 

Due to the different node-types, the allocation policy on Kebnekaise is not as straight forward as on Abisko.

As we are currently in delivery acceptance test not all details about the system are available yet. More information will follow shortly. Including information about operating system, available software, scheduling etc.

Node Type #nodes CPU Cores Memory Infiniband Notes
Compute 432 E5-2690v4 2x14 128 GB/node FDR  
Large Memory 20 E7-8860v4 4x18 3072 GB/node EDR Allocations for the Large Memory nodes will be handled in a separate allocation.
2xGPU 32

E5-2690v4

2x NVidia K80

2x14

2x4992

128 GB/node FDR Each K80 card contains 2 GK210 GPU engines.
4xGPU 4

E5-2690v4

4x NVidia K80

2x14

4x4992

128 GB/node FDR  
KNL 36 7250 SKU 68

192 GB/node

16 GB MCDRAM/node

FDR The KNL nodes will be available in the spring of 2017.

There is local scratch space on each node (about 170GB, SSD), which is shared between the jobs currently running. For more information about the filesystems on our systems, read the "Filesystems and Storage" page.

Updated: 2017-02-24, 23:23