The Green Bank Telescope

Public Workstations and Compute Servers

Here is a list of currently available public systems and their location:

DesktopOSPlatformLocationAdditional Info
bratacRedhat EL6 (64bit)4GB, 2x3.0GHzJA-203DVD and Blu-Ray writer, CDRW, DDS4 and DLT7 tape drives
bynarrRedhat EL6 (64bit)4GB, 2x3.0GHzJA-135Big screen monitor
syrmaRedhat EL7 (64bit)16GB, 2x3.0GHzJA-135
trevallyWindows 7 Enterprise8GB, 3.4GHzJA-105
Thin ClientOSPlatformLocationAdditional Info
thin19LTSPJL LibraryRemote login to Windows and Linux servers
thin20LTSPJA-105Remote login to Windows and Linux servers
thin05LTSPJA-105Remote login to Windows and Linux servers
thin16LTSPResidence Hall LoungeRemote login to Windows and Linux servers
ServerOSPlatformLocationAdditional Info
newtonRedhat EL6 (64bit)192GB, 8x2.4GHzRemote access only; lustre client
planckRedhat EL6 (64bit)192GB, 8x2.4GHzRemote access only; lustre client
fourierRedhat EL6 (64bit)192GB, 8x2.4GHzRemote access only; lustre client
euclidRedhat EL6 (64bit)16GB, 8x3.0GHzRemote access only; lustre client
thalesRedhat EL6 (64bit)16GB, 8x3.0GHzRemote access only; lustre client
keplerRedhat EL6 (64bit)16GB, 8x2.4GhzRemote access only
euclid2Redhat EL7 (new OS, user beware)128GBRemote access only; lustre client, GPUs
thales2Redhat EL7 (new OS, user beware)128GBRemote access only; lustre client, GPUs
arcturusRedhat EL6 (64bit)128GBRemote access only; lustre client
For data processing, use the server machines with more than 100GB of RAM. Only lustre client machines have access to the raw VEGAS data. Observers should make use of their /home/scratch area for storing data products instead of their home area under /users.

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The National Radio Astronomy Observatory is a facility of the National Science Foundation operated under cooperative agreement by Associated Universities, Inc.

Last updated 18 May 2018 by Chris Clark