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The SGI Origin 2000

This machine is accessible through the internet every Saturday
See live system information here (participates on SysInfo)

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Hostname: o2000.cray-cyber.org
Times of operation: Every Saturday
Machine Type: SGI Origin 2000, 2 modules connected via CrayLink (=NUMAlink)
Interconnect Bandwidth: 800 MB/s
Serial number: Node 1: K0009184
Node 2: K0016371
Year of introduction: 1997
CPU Type: RISC R10000, 250 MHz / 4.0ns, CMOS technology, 4MB Cache
Number of processors: 16 (each module 8 CPUs ccNUMA (=cache coherent non uniform memory access))
Main memory: 16 GB (each module 8 GB)
Word length: 64 bit
Binary compatibility: back to MIPS R3000
Local storage: 2x 9.1 GB SCSI-2 HDDs in Node 1
1x SCSI CD-ROM Drive in Node 1
Network connectivity: 100 MBit Ethernet
Specified performance: 500 MFlops per CPU
Measured peak performance: 377 MFlops per CPU (with -O3, -O0 till O2: 14 - 60 MFlops), giving a total of 6 GFlops
3.33 GFlops with 8 procs using -apo -Ofast -O3, 417 MFlops/proc
Operating system: SGI IRIX 6.5.22f
Commercial products installed: MIPSPro C Compiler 7.2.1 (invoke by typing cc), MIPSPro C++ Compiler (invoke by typing CC)
MIPSPro Fortran compiler f77, licenses graciously donated by SGI
Free software installed (/usr/local): GNU Make 3.80, GNU Bash 3.1, GNU tar 1.13.25, gettext 0.14 & 0.11, bzip2 1.03, OpenSSL 0.9.8a, OpenSSH 4.2p1, less 394
Donated by: individual members of Cray-Cyber.org

Links related to this machine:
- Output when booting the SGI Origin 2000
- SGI Origin 2000 Homepage

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