Mac clusters...

Rayson Ho raysonlogin at
Fri Sep 5 17:31:36 EDT 2003

1100 dual G5s to build a supercomputer:

And this cluster is interesting too:

--- "Hunt, Derek" <derek.hunt at> wrote:
> Hello all, this is in response to Charles D. Norton's post regarding
> Xserve clusters.
> Site: Yale School Of Management
> Yale University
> Hardware Vendor: Apple Computer
> Number of nodes: 45
> Number of processors: 90
> Total Memory: 90GB
> Interconnect Technology: Gigabit Ethernet
> OS: 10.2.6 with current patches
> Comm Software: MPICH, Sun Gridengine
> Application Software: GridMathematica, Matlab, C/C++, Fortran
> Mail application area Scientific Computing: Financial Research,
> Statistical Analysis
> Year installed/upgraded: 2003
> We are in the initial stages of deployment now.
> on a side note, I will be giving a talk on September 25th in
> Rochester,
> MN at the linux users group (more details at if
> anyone is interested in hearing the various trials we encountered
> during
> installation/deployment.
> - Derek

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