[Beowulf] Re: New article for ClusterWorld

Dan Williams ddw at dreamscape.com
Fri Apr 15 23:12:38 EDT 2005


In Re: Jeffrey B. Layton" <laytonjb at charter.net>
        Subject: [Beowulf] New article for ClusterWorld

I don't know what other people do with their old hardware, because all I 
/have/ is old hardware, but if someone wants to ensure that their old junk 
doesn't go to a landfill, I would be more than happy to keep alive some 500 
mHz (or higher, of course) boards as a functional cluster (assuming I have the 
space and available power ;-). Please, send your obsolete nodes my way!

As far as your original question, however, Jeff, I don't know, but I would 
like to find out, so I can salvage some of the stuff...

DDW

Re: New article for ClusterWorld
[proposed new thread name: what to do with old cluster hardware?]


Jeffrey B. Layton" <laytonjb at charter.net> wrote:
> 
> Message: 2
> Date: Thu, 14 Apr 2005 16:31:44 -0400
> From: "Jeffrey B. Layton" <laytonjb at charter.net>
> Subject: [Beowulf] New article for ClusterWorld
> To: beowulf at beowulf.org
> Message-ID: <425ED330.1000406 at charter.net>
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> 
> Good afternoon!
> 
>    I've been thinking of writing a new article for
> ClusterWorld about what people do with their old
> clusters. the title would be something like,
> "What to do With Old Clusters" or "Where Old
> Cluster Go to Die." I'm hoping to convince the
> editor to run the article at some point, but in the
> meantime, I'm looking for people who would be
> willing to share their stories with me. I have one
> story about a system I used to work on, but I'm
> looking for others.
> 
> TIA!
> 
> Jeff


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