[Beowulf] Re: Beowulf digest, Vol 1 #1656 - 5 msgs
sp at scali.com
Fri Feb 6 03:52:50 EST 2004
Michael Gindonis wrote:
> On Wednesday 04 February 2004 19:02, beowulf-request at scyld.com wrote:
>>From: Mark Hahn <hahn at physics.mcmaster.ca>
>>To: beowulf at beowulf.org
>>Subject: Re: [Beowulf] Experiences with MPI over LSI's Fusion-MPT chipset
>>>I noticed in the Linux kernel configuration that there is support for
>>>LSI's Fusion-MPT chipset. Also, it is possible to run MPI over this.
>>huh? afaikt, it's just another overly expensive, overly complicated hw
>>raid controller. I guess there must be a market for this kind of
>>wrongheaded crap, but I really don't understand it.
> Hi Mark,
> When purchasing a cluster or cluster hardware, one can spend as little as 20
> Euro ( ~30 CAD) per node on interconnects to more than 1000 Euro per node for
> Myrinet or Scali.
I'm not entirely sure what you mean by "Scali" here. Scali is a _software_ vendor and our MPI can use all of the interconnects that are popular within HPC today (GbE, Myrinet,
InfiniBand and SCI).
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