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Keeneland Full Scale (KFS) System
In October of 2012, the Keeneland Full Scale (KFS) system was accepted by the NSF and went into production. KFS is a 264-node cluster based on HP SL250 servers. Each node has 32 GB of host memory, two Intel Sandy Bridge CPU’s, three NVIDIA M2090 GPUs, and a Mellanox FDR InfiniBand interconnect. The total peak double precision performance is ~615 TF. Each node has temporary storage (job duration), but Keeneland shares disk storage with the National Institute for Computational Science (NICS), so their storage policies are used.
Architectural Differences between KIDS and KFS