Lancelot 2868 Specifications.
Four Supermicro X8DTT-F server boards, proprietory form factor
CPU: (per node)
Two Intel Xeon 5600 series processors (Westmere), 6x256MB L2 cache, 12MB L3 cache, 5.86GT/s or 6.4GT/s QuickPath Interconnect, Nehalem core, HyperThreading (SMT), Socket LGA1366
Note: W series processor is not supported due to heat consideration.
Intel 5520 (Tylersburg) chipset
ICH10R 6-port SATA II controller with HostRAID1
Memory Subsystem: (per node)
Twelve 240-pin DIMM banks supporting up to 192GB DDR3 ECC registered memory, 6 memory slots per CPU bank, triple channel memory bus
Note: Triple channel memory bus requires 3 or 6 modules installed per CPU bank.
Note: Two processors are required to populate 9 or 12 memory modules.
Note: Memory bus speed varies from 800mhz, 1066mhz or 1333mhz.
Onboard Matrox G200eW VGA controller with 16M display ram
Hard Disk Subsystem: (per node)
Up to three Serial ATA II drives. These drives can be configured as standalone unit or software RAID level 0/1/5.
Network Subsystem: (per node)
Onboard Intel 82576 Dual-Port PCI-Express Gigabit controller, 1000BaseTX
Onboard in-band and out-of-band remote server management (over LAN, IPMI 2.0) with dedicated LAN
System Slots: (per node)
One (1) low profile PCI-Express v2 x16 slot
System I/O: (per node)
One (1) RS-232C 16550 serial port (COM A)
One (1) DB-15 VGA port
Two (2) USB 2.0 ports
Two (2) RJ-45 Ethernet ports
One (1) RJ-45 Ethernet port (IPMI only)
ASL 2U Rack mount chassis, FCC Class B
Air Shroud and copper-based CPU heatsinks (passive design)
1400W EPS12V redundant & hotswap power supply, Gold-level efficiency
Chassis and CPU overheat alarm with front LED indication
Dimensions: 3.5" (H) x 17.2" (W) x 28.5" (D)
SAS backplane with enclosure management
Twelve (12) hotswap Serial ATA hard drive bays (3 per node)
Four (4) 80mm PWM chassis cooling fans
Tool-less sliding rails kit
Red Hat Linux with ASL optimized kernel, 32-bit or 64-bit operating system
Note: Red Hat has announced major changes to the boxed product. Please read!
Developers: To maximize the potential of the Xeon architecture, ASL recommends using the
Intel® C/C++ and/or Fortran compilers. These compilers will generate codes that are
optimized for the Pentium IV streaming SIMMD extensions and new instructions. For more
detail on the compilers, please visit here.
1: HostRAID is not supported under Linux.