[Beowulf] Haswell as supercomputer microprocessors
hakon.bugge at gmail.com
Sat Aug 8 06:08:09 PDT 2015
Sorry for top posting.
Jason has more than a valid point. At least in former times, I do know that cut&paste from not only _identical_ configurations happened. For example, the system submitted to the list was equipped with eth NICs, whereas the performance quoted was from a similar system, but with a proprietary HPC interconnect.
So much for the apples-to-apples.
I favour the SPEC suites when it comes to comparing systems, but with the caveat that vendors or customers of the larger system show little interrest.
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Fra: "Prentice Bisbal" <prentice.bisbal at rutgers.edu>
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Emne: [Beowulf] Haswell as supercomputer microprocessors
Dato: fre., aug. 7, 2015 22:34
On 08/07/2015 10:38 AM, Jason Riedy wrote:
> And Prentice Bisbal writes:
>> Okay. That makes perfect sense, but I will still argue that if that
>> correct, using that terminology in the Top500 list doesn't make
> I less care about the terminology than that the linpack results
> are cut and paste between identical configurations rather than
> actually run on them. But I'm sure no large system has a poor
> cable or connection in the mix that would be detected...
Well, the terminology helps us to make sure we're comparing apples to
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