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Martha would be proud. The creative side of the Beowulf mailing list.

The Beowulf mailing list provides detailed discussions about issues concerning Linux HPC clusters. In this article I review some postings to the Beowulf list about Parallel Memory and packing in motherboards. I think the discussion threads presented below provide some very useful information despite the age of the postings. And another good use for cookie sheets!

Taxonomy of Clusters and Grids along with Remote console management

The Beowulf mailing list provides detailed discussions about issues concerning Linux HPC clusters. In this article I review some postings to the Beowulf list on the taxonomy of clusters and grids (somehow Larry the Cable Guy and his taxidermy skills seems appropriate for this subject) and remote console management. I think the discusion threads I present below provide some very useful information that can be used by everyone (despite the age of the postings).

Clos networks, Numactl and Multi-Core chips, and Parallel Storage. These are the days of our lives...

The Beowulf mailing list provides detailed discussions about issues concerning Linux HPC clusters. In this article I review some postings to the Beowulf list on Clos networks, The summer can be a bit slow, so I had to work to find some useful topics to discuss. :) But I found some threads that I thought were very useful to highlight. I think they present some very useful information that can be used by everyone.

These are the days of our lives

The Beowulf mailing list provides detailed discussions about issues concerning Linux HPC clusters. In this article I review some postings to the Beowulf list on Clos networks, Numactl and Multi-Core chips, and Parallel Storage. I found some threads that I thought were very useful to highlight. Although the discussions are several years old, I think there is still useful information that can be used by everyone.

Checkpoint/restart on 2.6 series kernels, torus vs. fat-tree topologies for cluster interconnects, diskless cluster nfs, and a cluster built from the new Mac Mini.

The Beowulf mailing list provides detailed discussions about issues concerning Linux HPC clusters. In this article I review some postings to the Beowulf list on checkpoint/restart on 2.6 series kernels, torus vs. fat-tree topologies for cluster interconnects, diskless cluster nfs, and a cluster built from the new Mac Mini.

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