diskless 72 node

Serguei Patchkovskii patchkov at ucalgary.ca
Thu Aug 3 16:05:02 PDT 2000

On Fri, 4 Aug 2000, Stephan Mertens wrote:
> we are planning a 72 node Beowulf cluster with diskless nodes.
> We managed to get the grant for it, but the corresponding
> referee doubts that a diskless cluster of this size can work.

Technically, this is not a Beowulf, but our 94-node Cobalt cluster 
uses a disk-less setup under Tru64, and works very well indeed.




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