Processing farms plans for CDF and D0 for Run II

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CDF and D0 computing needs for the next collider run (Run II) are roughly 30 times that of those used during Run I. Then, Farms of approximately 3000 total MIPS (100 UNIX workstations) processed the 100 million recorded events. Run II processing may require over 100,000 MIPS. This increase requires large and robust hardware and software systems for smooth processing. Described are the proposed Run II Farm architecture and plans to ensure its suitability.

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M. Breitung, L. Buckley-Geer, Y. C. Chen, M.Diesburg, P. DeMar, J. Fromm, D. Holmgren, S. Lammel, L. Lueking, T. Levshina, I. Mandrichenko, H. Schellman, M. Schweitzer, D. Skow, S. Wolbers and G. P. Yeh December 1, 1998.

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CDF and D0 computing needs for the next collider run (Run II) are roughly 30 times that of those used during Run I. Then, Farms of approximately 3000 total MIPS (100 UNIX workstations) processed the 100 million recorded events. Run II processing may require over 100,000 MIPS. This increase requires large and robust hardware and software systems for smooth processing. Described are the proposed Run II Farm architecture and plans to ensure its suitability.

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  • Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics (CHEP), Chicago, Illinois, August 31-September 4, 1998

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M. Breitung, L. Buckley-Geer, Y. C. Chen, M.Diesburg, P. DeMar, J. Fromm, D. Holmgren, S. Lammel, L. Lueking, T. Levshina, I. Mandrichenko, H. Schellman, M. Schweitzer, D. Skow, S. Wolbers and G. P. Yeh. Processing farms plans for CDF and D0 for Run II, article, December 1, 1998; Batavia, Illinois. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc668230/: accessed January 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.