[Beowulf] TOE on Linux?

Gilad Shainer Shainer at mellanox.com
Tue May 20 14:41:54 EDT 2008

> > are other apps that use RDMA to better manage remote data base, one 
> > example is creating shared cache.
> is this a theoretical feature, or something that people really do?
> I think the term RDMA leads some people astray because it 
> sounds as if you get something like a sysv shared-memory 
> segment across machines.
> it's easy to imagine that something like that would be very 
> convenient for the kind of shared data you're talking about.

It is a real product. I can connect you to the vendor if you would like


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