disadvantages of a linux cluster

Jeff Layton jeffrey.b.layton at lmco.com
Tue Nov 12 07:47:07 PST 2002

Guy Coates wrote:

> >
> >So you don't seem to be getting a lot more MHz/Watt,
> Probably not too surprising, as the CPU and disks are going to be the
> major power draw, and they are bog-standard PC parts, same as in every
> other Lintel cluster.

I thought these were the really Low-Voltage CPUs. I can't
remember how much power they draw or heat, but I seem
to recall it was much less than the typical PIII/800.



Jeff Layton
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Lockheed-Martin Aeronautical Company - Marietta
Aerodynamics & CFD

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