Warhol (HP BladeSystem c3000)

Warhol Warhol was an 8-node Hewlett-Packard BladeSystem c3000. Each node had 2 Intel E5440 quad-core 2.83 GHz processors, for a total of 64 cores on the machine. The 8 cores on a node shared 16 Gbytes of memory. The nodes were interconnected by an InfiniBand communications link. Warhol ran a version of CentOS Linux operating system.

There were multiple frontend nodes, which are also Intel E5440 processors and which run the same version of CentOS Linux as the compute nodes.

Warhol was decommissioned in September 2013.

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