Running Rosetta work.
All running Rosetta work.
Two running Rosetta overnight.
Two running Rosetta. Six running Einstein.
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I made it into the top 100 participants for Rosetta. As of this morning I was in 86th place.
The extra network cables arrived so I have used some on the machines that have multiple network cards. They now have two connections into different switches. I also had a 1M cable running between two switches and it was pulling one end so that got replaced by a longer cable.
I had a look around for some simple 2.5GbE switches and managed to only find one from D-Link. Most others have what they call multi-gig ports where it supports 1, 2.5, 5 or 10GbE speeds. The switches I am using at the moment have 8 x 1GbE ports and 2 multi-gig ports, one of which gets used as the up-link. You think there would be something like a 4 x 2.5GbE ports with a high speed up-link, or even an 8 port version.
At the moment the compute portion of the farm consists of:
|CPU only||1||AMD Ryzen 3900X (12C/24T)||GT710||64GB|
|Intel GPU||6||Intel i7-8700 (6C/12T)||Built-in||32GB|
|Nvidia GPU||4||AMD Ryzen 3600 (6C/12T)||GTX 1660 Ti||32GB|
That gives a total of 72 cores/144 threads and 384GB of memory. There is another Ryzen 3900X on order.