Lab to sample Linux for weapons work

Brian D. Ropers-Huilman bropers at lsu.edu
Thu Sep 26 17:03:23 EDT 2002


> The DOE program has underwritten many of the world's fastest computers, 
> according to university researchers who monitor raw calculation speed at 
> the Top500 organization. The program has underwritten Nos. 2, 6, 7, 9, 11, 
> and 15 on the most recent ranking.

I wanted to jump up and down and say "_OUR_ machine isn't funded by the 
DOE, and _WE_ are number 11 on the list." But, the list hasn't been 
updated, not until early November, at which point I'm sure we'll fall a 
little futher down.

See:

   http://www.phys.lsu.edu/faculty/tohline/capital/beowulf.html

On the current list (June 2002, we would be 11th at 2.207 TF.

</blatant_self_promotion>

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