About Shamu cluster

Shamu is UTSA's primary high-performance (HPC) resource; heavily utilized by researchers, students, faculty and staff from a broad range of disciplines.

Currently, Shamu is compromised of 113 compute nodes totally 2,880 cores and features:
  • 79 compute nodes, totaling 2,880 cores
  • 2 GPU nodes equipped with 8 NVIDIA Tesla K80 GPUs
  • 2 GPU nodes equipped with 4 NVIDIA Tesla V100 GPUs
  • 1 large memory node with 1.5TB of memory and 144 cores
  • 10Gbps Ethernet and 56 Gbps Infiniband networks

Storage

Location Available Space Notes  
/home-new 75TB Backed up nightly, with a quota of 25GB per account  
/work 100TB Not backed up, temporary work space, available to all nodes, no quota  
/local Varies between nodes (200GB to 800GB) Local disk space subject to deletion at any time, no quota  
-- AdminUser - 27 Jun 2018
Topic revision: r5 - 24 Jun 2020, AdminUser
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