[Beowulf] Network considerations for new generation cheap beowulfcluster

Ron Brightwell rbbrigh at sandia.gov
Thu May 24 09:14:46 PDT 2007

> This led me to SUNMOS (OS for parallel processing, Sandia's
> alternative for the aforementioned intel PSC descendants)
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SUNMOS. Sandia's page looks like real
> progress for inertial containment sustainable thermonuclear fusion,
> which really wouuld be super duper cool, fuel your zeppelin with
> seawater, but I can't find latter-day references to SUNMOS. Anybody
> know what became of it?

It evolved into the Puma/Cougar lightweight kernel on the ASCI/Red
machine and then into the Catamount lightweight kernel that currently
runs on the Cray XT3/4 machine.


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