Changes between Version 15 and Version 16 of MonsoonIntro


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11/02/19 19:08:13 (10 months ago)
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  • MonsoonIntro

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    7 = Introduction to the Monsoon service = 
     7= Introduction to the Monsoon2 service = 
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    9 Monsoon is an acronym (of sorts) for the '''M'''et '''O'''ffice and '''N'''ERC '''S'''uperc'''o(o)'''mputing '''N'''ode. 
     9MONSooN is an acronym (of sorts) for the '''M'''et '''O'''ffice and '''N'''ERC '''S'''uperc'''o(o)'''mputing '''N'''ode.  Note: with the service upgrade in April 2017, it was renamed Monsoon2. 
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    1111The Monsoon service began on 1st December 2009. 
     
    1717 * access to Met Office data 
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    19 The Monsoon service is provided by the Met Office outside of the full Met Office firewall. The hardware for the service is identical to the Met Office hardware inside the firewall but is smaller in size and configured for more flexibility. The Monsoon service currently (September 2015) consists of: 
     19The Monsoon service is provided by the Met Office outside of the full Met Office firewall. The hardware for the service is identical to the Met Office hardware inside the firewall but is smaller in size and configured for more flexibility. The Monsoon service currently (April 2017) consists of: 
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    21  * a 120 node Cray XC40 system, that is 3840 cores in total (The login nodes are an Ivybridge chip, the compute nodes a Haswell chip) 
    22  * 500 Tbytes of fast storage, for /home and /project disk areas 
     21 * a 556 node Cray XC40 system, that is ~20,000 compute cores in total (The login nodes are an Ivybridge chip, the compute nodes a Broadwell chip) 
     22 * 1008 Tbytes of fast storage, for /home and /project disk areas 
    2323 * a postprocessing (linux) system 
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