Flux, the shared HPC cluster at U-M, has 360 cores with larger amounts of RAM — about 25GB per core, or 1TB in a 40-core node. Larger Memory Flux is designed for researchers with codes requiring large amounts of RAM or cores in a single system.

For information on determining the size of a Flux allocation, please see our pages on How Flux Works,Sizing a Flux Order, and Managing a Flux Project.

To order Service:

Email hpc-support@umich.edu with the following information:

  • the number of cores needed
  • the start date and number of months for the allocation
  • the shortcode for the funding source
  • the list of people who should have access to the allocation
  • the list of people who can change the user list and augment or end the allocations.

For information on costs, visit our Rates page.

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