OpenFabrics October Debug Event

Date: 
October 8, 2018 to October 12, 2018
OpenFabrics Event

Overview:

The University of New Hampshire InterOperability Lab (UNH-IOL) is hosting the OpenFabrics Alliance Debug Test Event during the week of October 8-12, 2018. This event will be hosted in the UNH-IOL's facility in Durham, NH, USA.

Registration Information:

The registration deadline to participate in this event is September 29. Please complete the registration here. If a registration is not submitted by the registration deadline, we cannot guarantee we will be able to test your device, so sign up soon!

You must be a member of the OpenFabrics Alliance to participate. Please visit openfabrics.org to become a member if you are not already.

Currently Registered Companies and Equipment:

Company

Equipment/Software Provided
Cavium QL45611, QL45212, QL45412, QL41234
Data Direct Networks (DDN) SFA14K, SFA14KX, 200NV
Intel X722

Guidelines for Shipping:

Companies shipping equipment to and from the UNH-IOL are required to cover all shipping and customs/duties costs. We receive/ship using DHL, FedEx, and UPS. 

Please be aware that:

Crates must not exceed the dimensions of our loading dock area, which is 56” wide x 90” high (1.4m x 2.28m). The weight of each crate should not exceed 4,000 pounds (1,814 kg). If a crate shipped to us is larger, we may have to de-crate the equipment in order to bring it into our lab.

Our loading dock includes a dock leveler and a liftgate is not required for delivery vehicles. Please note we have an alley dock and it may be difficult for larger trailers, the recommended maximum trailer length is 48'.

Address Information:

UNH-IOL
Attn: Stefan Oesterreich
21 Madbury Rd., Ste 100
Durham, NH 03824
Tel: +1-603-862-0090

Proposed Test Plan:

The test plan that will be used at this event can be found here. Comments and edits to the test plan are encouraged, but must be made by the registration deadline of September 29th. The test event will include testing iWARP, RoCE, and Infiniband transports, with the following tests:

  • Transport Independent (runs on iWARP, RoCE, and Infiniband):
    • Link Initialize
    • RDMA
    • RDMA Stress
    • MPI
    • NFSoRDMA
    • uDAPL
    • NVMeoF
    • iSER
  • RoCE specific tests:
    • Fabric Initialize
    • IP over RoCE
  • Infiniband specific tests:
    • Fabric Initialize
    • IPoIB Connected mode
    • IPoIB Datagram mode
    • SM Failover
    • SRP

Test Enviornment:

The OFA cluster offers a unique mix of old and new hardware, ranging from 10G to 100G, ensuring interoperability for all devices. RoCE and iWARP are using a Mellanox SN2700 100G switch, and Infiniband uses 4 Mellanox switches that include an IS-5030, SX6025, SX6036, and a SX6036-G. There are currently 6 unique link partners for Infiniband, 8 for RoCE, and 4 for iWARP. Testing will include running OFED 4.17 on top of RHEL 7.5, as well as RHEL 7.5 using the inbox drivers and RDMA stack. Please email ofalab@iol.unh.edu with any questions, comments, or concerns.