The following resources have been provided by SDSC in the past, and have been retired and decomissioned.
Retired Compute Resources
|SDSC's prototype of the big data machine, Gordon, with 68 compute nodes 512 total cores and 3 TB of memory. Peak performance - 5.2 teraflops.||February 10, 2012|
|Formerly SDSC's largest system with 3,072 compute nodes and 384 I/O nodes, with a total of 6,144 processors and 1572.9 GB of memory. Peak performance - 17.2 teraflops.||June 30th, 2009|
|IA-64 Linux Cluster||
IA-64 Linux Cluster consisted of 262 IBM cluster nodes, each with dual 1.5 GHz Intel® Itanium® 2 processors, for a peak performance of 3.1 teraflops.
|June 30th, 2009|
|IBM DataStar||An IBM terascale machine built in a configuration especially suitable for data intensive computations. It included 96 8-way P655+ nodes with 16 or 32 Gb of memory and 32-way P690 nodes with 128 or 256 Gb of memory. Peak performance - 15.6 teraflops||October 1st, 2008|
|OnDemand Cluster||The OnDemand cluster was a Rocks cluster with Intel dual-socket, dual-core compute nodes. The 2.0 GHz, 4-way nodes have 8 GB of memory. OnDemand had a nominal theoretical peak performance of 2.4 TFlops.||April 2010|
Retired Data Resources
|GPFS-WAN||A centralized file system for long- or short-term data storage of high-volume multi-site runs and large XSEDE-based data collections, GPFS-WAN was a 613-TB storage system mounted on several XSEDE compute resources.||June 2012|
|HPSS||Part of the SDSC Tape Storage platform, HPSS was a centralized, long-term data storage system for national users. With a 25 PB capacity, its content increased by over 100 TB a month while in production.||June 27, 2012|
|SAM-QFS||A high-performance archival storage system, SAM-QFS allowed users to directly access data using a disk cache file system, then automatically migrated the data to tape. For national users, it was part of the SDSC Tape Storage platform.||July 1, 2012|
Retired Software Resources
|Tecplot||Tecplot 360 is CFD & Numerical Simulation Visualization Software. It allowed users to analyze and explore complex datasets, arrange multiple XY, 2D and 3D plots, create animations and communicate results with high-quality output.||May 2010|