USRC Data Sources

Data from supercomputers play a fundamental role in academic and applied research and development.  Understanding this, LANL's High Performance Computing and USRC work to release data as possible within security and proprietary limitations.

 

See below for some of the categorized data sources we have released as well as our collaborations with other groups on data releases.

Please use the following citation unless the data source below offers a more specific citation:

If you'd like to cite our data and use bibtex, please use the following snippet:

@MISC{usrc:datasources-general,
    author = {{Los Alamos National Laboratory}},
    title = {{Ultrascale Systems Research Center (USRC) Data Sources}},
    howpublished= {\url{https://usrc.lanl.gov/data-sources.php}}
}

ATLAS: Analysis of Traces from Los Alamos Supercomputers
ATLAS (Analysis of Traces from Los Alamos Supercomputers) is a collaboration with Carnegie Melon University's Parallel Data Lab.  The repository contains traces from LANL supercomputers but also other systems as well, including a financial company.  There are also links to publications and insights garnered from this data.  The data for the ATLAS project is hosted by Carnegie Melon and can be found from the main ATLAS link.
Operational Data

This is data characterized as "operational" in nature such as telemetry, environmental data, etc. 

Title Description Date Posted md5sum Size Link
Trinity Open Science Environmental Sensors Data

LA-UR-17-24849.  This data covers 2/9/16-2/18/16 during which Trinity was in "open science" testing by users. 
The data is SEDC (System Environment Data Collections) sensor telemetry (voltage, temperature, fan speeds, water flow information, etc.).  See the README for more information.

8/30/18
e6fbab3293b3355e
517a1d29bb606998
6.4G Data
Fault Resilience Data
Data sources pending.  Check back soon.
Storage Data
Data sources pending.  Check back soon.