Myrinet scalability

Eric Wages wages at eece.maine.edu
Fri Jun 14 16:11:17 EDT 2002


We are currently running a myrinet network with 208 nodes. The cabling
becomes significantly more difficult, but it's certainly achieveable.

-Eric

On Fri, 2002-06-14 at 15:54, Ivan Oleynik wrote:
> I have head some rumour that there will be problems with Myrinet setup
> when you go from original 24 node configuration to up to 32 nodes.
> 
> The question is will I have some problems when I try to expand in the
> future the Myrinet cluster beyond original 24 nodes?
> 
> Ivan
> 
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