|Hostname (add .math.umd.edu)||OS||GPU||CPU||RAM|
|mathhpavw1202a||Red Hat 8||1 X NVIDIA Ampere A100 (80 GB)||Intel Xeon 6258R@2.7GHz (112 threads)||754 GB|
|mathhpavw1202b||Red Hat 8||8 X NVIDIA RTX A6000 (48 GB)||AMD EPYC email@example.comGhz (256 threads)||4 TB|
|mathhpavw1202c||Red Hat 8||8 X NVIDIA RTX A6000 (48 GB)||AMD EPYC firstname.lastname@example.orgGhz (256 threads)||2 TB|
|mathwkmth2207e||Ubuntu 20.04||1 X NVIDIA Quadro GV100 (32 GB)||Intel Xeon E5email@example.comGHz (12 threads)||125 GB|
|lambdaquad||Ubuntu 22.04||4 X NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080Ti (11 GB)||Intel Core firstname.lastname@example.orgGhz (20 threads)||125 GB|
- Email email@example.com to request access.
- If you aren't listed as having a Math affiliation in the campus directory, you need to include who you are working with in Math.
Using the servers
- Connecting to the servers
- If you are off campus, connect to the UMD GlobalProtect VPN first.
- Use Secure shell access to connect to your preferred server from the table above.
- Use SFTP to transfer files to/from the servers.
- For mathhpavw1202a, b, and c there is a significant amount of local storage that should be available to each user under /export/<username>. This storage is local to each server meaning you can't see the storage on one from any of the others. This local storage is not backed up and should be used as temporary space you need during your computations. These servers also connect to a file server that provides a small amount of home space that is accessible from any TerpConnect server so it can be seen from all 3 of these servers as well as glue.umd.edu and login.math.umd.edu.
- Long running jobs
- For jobs that you think will run over 24 hours, don't use your home space. Use the temporary /export/<username> directory to store input and output files. The file server where your home space is located expires access every 24 hours for security reasons.
- If you end your ssh session, anything you have running will terminate as well. There are multiple ways to handle this but we recommend using "tmux". There is a nice guide to using "tmux" here.
- Access software
- If you run a command to execute a piece of software and the command isn't found, you can use the module command to see if the software is available using that method.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org, call 301-405-1634, or stop by Martin Hall 0123 for assistance including requests for any software installations.
Zaratan is available, but Math has not made any investments. There are some free allocation options available. https://hpcc.umd.edu/