Tigressdata is a single computer, with 40 processing cores using hyperthreading to look like 80 cores and 768 GB of RAM and an nVidia P100 Tesla GPU. The system is intended for post-processing and remote visualization as well as developing, debugging, and testing codes.
System Configuration and Usage
Tigressdata is a shared resource with twenty processing cores (Intel Xeon Skylake) and 768 GB of memory. And, as its name implies, tigressdata also has fiber connectivity to /tigress, our large archival storage system, along with NFS connectivity to selected parallel or scratch storage spaces allocated to the other Princeton clusters. The system's resources and connectivity (10 GigE) make it ideal for doing post-processing analysis of data that has been migrated to /tigress, and several commercial and open-source packages are installed on this system.
Please be mindful that tigressdata is a shared resource for all users.