[Beowulf] AMD Opteron Linpack Benchmark
daniel.kidger at clearspeed.com
Mon Sep 25 10:39:55 PDT 2006
Mike (or indeed anybody else who might know)
Can you post a reference to the list for Jim Pepin's ppt ?
Google didn't come up with anything useful
Closest might be "Building and Benchmarking a 10 TF Linux Cluster" Jim Pepin,
USC at Sun HPC consortium 2005 but can't find any online resources for this ?
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From: beowulf-bounces at beowulf.org [mailto:beowulf-bounces at beowulf.org] On
Behalf Of Mike Davis
Sent: 24 September 2006 17:48
To: Eric W. Biederman
Cc: Lai Dragonfly; beowulf at beowulf.org
Subject: Re: [Beowulf] AMD Opteron Linpack Benchmark
Also, check out the changes that Jim Pepin at USC made to his cluster to
produce more teraflops. There is a Powerpoint on the web that gives some
of the details. If I remember correctly he actually removed RAM from the
nodes and made a few other changes.
Eric W. Biederman wrote:
>"Lai Dragonfly" <poknam at gmail.com> writes:
>>There is a rank 367 which achieve 79.97% efficiency.
>>i'm using Infiniband to connect 2 nodes. each node has 8G memory and dual
>>i just tried Intel Compiler + GOTO, it just got a 60% efficiency which have
>>large difference with my target.
>>maybe i need to try Pathscale or PGI compiler.
>>thanks a lot.
>Start with single node runs, then work you way up from there.
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