[Beowulf] HPC demo

John McCulloch johnm at pcpcdirect.com
Tue Jan 14 07:29:35 PST 2020

Hey Scott, I think I saw an exhibit like what you’re describing at the AMSE when I was on a project in Oak Ridge. Was that it?

John McCulloch | PCPC Direct, Ltd. | desk 713-344-0923

From: Scott Atchley <e.scott.atchley at gmail.com>
Sent: Tuesday, January 14, 2020 7:19 AM
To: John McCulloch <johnm at pcpcdirect.com>
Cc: beowulf at beowulf.org
Subject: Re: [Beowulf] HPC demo

We still have Tiny Titan<https://tinytitan.github.io> even though Titan is gone. It allows users to toggle processors on and off and the display has a mode where the "water" is colored coded by the processor, which has a corresponding light. You can see the frame rate go up as you add processors and the motion becomes much more fluid.

On Mon, Jan 13, 2020 at 7:35 PM John McCulloch <johnm at pcpcdirect.com<mailto:johnm at pcpcdirect.com>> wrote:
I recently inherited management of a cluster and my knowledge is limited to a bit of Red Hat. I need to figure out a demo for upper management graphically demonstrating the speed up of running a parallel app on one x86 node versus multiple nodes up to 36. They have dual Gold 6132 procs and Mellanox EDR interconnect. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

John McCulloch | PCPC Direct, Ltd.

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