[Beowulf] A Cluster of Motherboard.
Glen.Gardner at verizon.net
Tue Nov 15 21:19:31 PST 2005
That is a nice cluster!
Have you modeled it in a smaller, higher density form ?
On Tue, 2005-11-15 at 08:34 -0500, Robert G. Brown wrote:
> On Mon, 14 Nov 2005, Florent Calvayrac wrote:
> > Robert G. Brown wrote:
> >> On Thu, 10 Nov 2005, Glen Gardner wrote:
> >> Dear Glen,
> >> It would be really lovely if you would post some photos. A picture or
> >> three is worth a lot of text here, and although google reveals a FEW
> >> "recipe" websites they are so widely disparate in approach that there
> >> isn't as much advantage as one would like (I did a bit of a search while
> >> researching the answer to this question for the original poster).
> > You were not talking to me but stimulated me to put back online a few
> > pictures
> > of our cluster of motherboards about which I posted earlier :
> > http://www.univ-lemans.fr/~fcalvay/jackywulf/index.html
> > In particular there is now a closeup of the mounting system for the
> > motherboards,
> > using rails.
> > The system is made of 8 AMD CPUs with 1GB of RAM each,
> > the motherboards have integrated NICs, no video, and everything is managed
> > with clustermatic over PXE.
> I'm always talking to you, Florent;-)
> Lovely pictures. Cool thermalization modelling, too.
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