Beowulf digest, Vol 1 #1515 - 1 msg

Zukaitis, Anthony ZukaitAJ at
Tue Oct 28 14:45:02 EST 2003

I've got one of those SS51G's at home and I love it.  My only complaint is
that it does get a bit warm with a video card, but for a cluster you wont
need one.

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   1. SFF boxes for a cluster? (Jeff Layton)


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Date: Tue, 28 Oct 2003 11:09:54 -0500
From: Jeff Layton <jeffrey.b.layton at>
Subject: SFF boxes for a cluster?
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Organization: Lockheed-Martin Aeronautics Company

Good morning,

   I've seen a few cluster made from the Small Form Factor
(SFF) boxes including "Space Simulator". Has anyone else
made a decent size cluster (n > 16) from these boxes? If so,
how has the reliability been?



Dr. Jeff Layton
Aerodynamics and CFD
Lockheed-Martin Aeronautical Company - Marietta


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