COSMOS-SENS is a special part of the general-purpose resource COSMOS intended for the analysis of sensitive data. The system uses the same hardware and software environment as the general purpose resource COSMOS, without an internet connection as well as special requirements for accessing the system. COSMOS-SENS is not available yet. Proposals will be handled through SUPR, similarly to the general-purpose part of COMSOS, but will require a special user agreement.
COSMOS-SENS consists out of 32 compute nodes funded by Lund university. Each node has two Intel AMD 7413 processors (Milan), offering 48 compute cores per node. The nodes have 256 GB ram installed.
NFS mounted, available on all nodes
|Optional project storage|
3 PB IBM SpectrumScale Filesystem
|Linux distribution||Rocky Linux 9 x86_64 (RHEL9 compatible)|
|Software||organised in a hierachical module system|
|CPU||2 x AMD 7413 (2.65 Ghz, 2 x 24-core)|
|Memory||256 GB (5.3 GB/core)|
|Local disk||2 TB, temporary directory given by $SNIC_TMP or $TMPDIR|
HDR InfiniBand (100 Gbit Node / 200 Gbit switches)