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dumble

dumble is a 22 node compute cluster located in the Lillibridge Engineering Building on ISU's campus. The cluster is available for use in academic research within the College of Science and Engineering. See the Request Cluster Access page to request access to this cluster.

Hardware Specifications

  1. Head Node [Quantity: 1]
    • (2) Quad-Core AMD Opteron Processor 2376
    • 2 sockets, 4 cores per socket, 8 cores total
    • 16GB registered memory
    • 500GB OS storage
    • 11 port main storage controller with 7TB RAID-6 storage
    • 10GIGE CX4 Network Adaptor for communicating with nodes
    • Gigabit Ethernet on motherboard
  2. Compute Node [Quantity: 10]
    • (2) Quad-Core AMD Opteron Processor 2376
    • 2 sockets, 4 cores per socket, 8 cores total
    • 16GB registered memory
    • 60GB OS storage
    • Gigabit Ethernet on motherboard
  3. Compute Node [Quantity: 12]
    • (2) Quad-Core AMD Opteron Processor 2350
    • 2 sockets, 4 cores per socket, 8 cores total
    • 16GB registered memory
    • 60GB OS storage
    • Gigabit Ethernet on motherboard

Accessing the Cluster

After requesting access to dumble, the cluster can be accessed via SSH using PuTTY from Windows computers, and OpenSSH from OS X or Linux computers. The cluster is located at the address dumble.cose.isu.edu and uses the default SSH port 22.

Putty can be downloaded here.

OpenSSH is installed by default on most OS X or Linux computers. To access dumble with OpenSSH, use the following command:
ssh -l doejane dumble.cose.isu.edu
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