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PowerEdge 1750 cluster
 SPECenvM2002 = 115    
SPEC license # HPG0007A Tested by: Purdue University Test site: Purdue University Test date: Jan-2005 Hardware Avail: Apr-2004 Software Avail: May-2004
Benchmark Reference
Runtime Ratio Graph Scale
361.wrf_m 86400 754    115    
361.wrf_m peak result bar (115)
SPECenvM2002 115      

Hardware Vendor: DELL
Model Name: PowerEdge 1750 cluster
CPU: Intel Xeon processor
CPU MHz: 3060
FPU: Integrated
CPU(s) enabled: 32 cores, 32 chips, 1 core/chip, Hyper-Threading enabled
CPU(s) orderable: 1 or 2 per node
Primary Cache: 12KB (I) micro-ops (trace) + 8KB (D) on chip
Secondary Cache: 512KB on chip
L3 Cache: 1 MB on chip
Other Cache: N/A
Memory: 2 GB DDR PC2100 CL2.5 ECC Registered per node
Disk Subsystem: 1x36 GB SCSI per node
Other Hardware: See File server and Network notes
Parallel: MPI
Processes-Threads: 32
MPI Processes: 32
OpenMP Threads: --
Operating System: RedHat Enterprise Linux, Advanced Server version 3 (4)
Compiler: Intel C++ Compiler- icc, Version 8.0
Build 20031016Z for Linux

Intel Fortran Compiler- ifort, Version 8.0
Build 20040122Z for Linux
File System: NFS shared file system
System State: Multi-user
Other Software: MPICH-1.2.6, NETCDF-3.5.1
Notes / Tuning Information
Flags (Fortran & C): 
COPTIMIZE = -O2 -march=pentium4 -mcpu=pentium4 -axW -tpp7 -xW
FOPTIMIZE = -O2 -mp -fp_port -axW -tpp7 -xW
EXTRA_LIBS = -L${NETCDF_BASE}/lib -lnetcdf  

Submit command to run MPI application:
submit=mpiexec -n "\$MPI_COMM_SIZE" $command
NetCDF 3.5.1 built from source
Cluster config:
Nodes and file server use NFS shared file system
Two CPUs per node, Hyperthreading ENABLED
File server:
2 x 3.06 GHz Intel Xeon processors
4 GB DDR PC2100 CL2.5 ECC Registered Memory
5 x 72 GB 10K RPM SCSI Drives
Hardware RAID-5 (Dell PERC/3Di option)
Debian Linux, 3.1 "sarge"
ext3 local file system
NFS shared file system
Network (for computation and file server):
Cisco 6509 Gigabit Ethernet Switch
Built-in Gigabit Ethernet Adapters
All BIOS parameters left with factory defaults
For a description of Intel compiler flags,portability flags,  
and system parameters used to generate this result,please refer
to PURDUE-20050329-INTEL-LINUX-XEON.txt in the flags diretory.

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