The SCSB Computing facilities consists a multi-node compute cluster and distributed data storage, as well as, workstations that are located on the 6th floor of the Basic Science Building and the 5th floor of Research 6 Building. The resources are made available to all Center members.
T-rex computing cluster located in the Admin building data center
File storage (Farm) sharing the rack with T-rex
|Name||Disks||Type of computer||CPU (GHz)||RAM (GB)|
1WS : 500 GB X-ray Data Storage
The user disk space is divided into different working areas, each with a different purpose and use:
|data01||This is for the temporary storage of X-ray diffraction images (RAID1)|
|raxis4||This is for the temporary storage of X-ray diffraction images (RAID1)|
|usr1||This is the X-ray shared user workspace. It is for processed data and model refinement. No Images (RAID5)|
|scr1||This is for the temporary storage of EM images (RAID0)|
|scr3||This is for the temporary storage of EM images|
|scr4,5,6,7||These are for the temporary storage of EM images and data (8 TB)|
|scratch 1-8||These are for the temporary storage of EM images and data (8 TB)|
|array1,2||This is EMEN server & EM images storage space (26 TB RAID6)|
T-rex is a computing cluster shared among SCSB researchers intended for general computing. It consists of a login node, four computing nodes and a file server. All four computing nodes have 128 GB of RAM, two hexa-core Intel Xeon CPUs, and Nvidia GPUs, capable of performing heterogenous calculations. Job submission and scheduling is handled by SLURM.
The file server (Farm) is a JBOD and has thirty-two 4-TB hard disks running ZFS. It forms four RAID-Z1 file systems with redundancy against data loss. They are availble as scratch and backup file systems for T-rex, and also host the database for Cryo-EM.
Rosalyn is an Intel i7 workstation with 32 GB RAM running Windows 2008R2. It allows remote connection for SCSBMB researchers to run Windows software when needed.
Sc is an Intel i7 workstation running Fedora. It hosts many scientific software and NFS exports them to computers in different SCSBMB laboratories.