Re: Huge AMD Opteron cluster installed with FAI and Debian amd64
Thank you for your work on this! Looks quite impressive -- would like
to try it one day. Fortunately or not, due to Debian's install-once
ease of maintenance, we're still running the same many-times
apt-get-upgraded local disk installation installed on our cluster far
before any of these nicer tools became available. What a nice
'problem' to have with Debian!
Thomas Lange <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> another huge and fast cluster was installed using FAI.
> The HPC2N Opteron cluster named sarek (after Sarek National Park) has
> a total of 384 processors and 1.54 Tbyte of memory:
> * 190 HP DL145 nodes, with dual AMD Opteron 248 (2.2GHz)
> * 2 HP DL585, with dual AMD Opteron 248 (2.2GHz)
> * 8 GB memory per node
> * Myrinet 2000 high speed interconnect
> It's running Linux 2.6.x and is using the Debian Pure64 port. This
> cluster was listed at rank 168 on the top500.org list of june 2004 and
> is now at rank 220 (11/2004). It's homepage is
> Thanks to Bjorn Torkelsson who pointed me to this nice FAI example.
> regards Thomas
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Camm Maguire firstname.lastname@example.org
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