Huinalu Linux SuperCluster
lindahl at conservativecomputer.com
Fri Mar 16 09:23:20 PST 2001
On Wed, Mar 14, 2001 at 06:00:19PM -0500, Mark Lucas wrote:
> Huinalu is a 520-processor IBM Netfinity Linux Supercluster. It
> consists of 260 nodes, each housing two Pentium III 933 megahertz
> processors. Their combined theoretical peak performance is a
> staggering 478 billion floating point operations per second
> (gigaflops). It is, at the present time, the world's most powerful
> Linux Supercluster.
Not only is CPlant already faster, but in a few more weeks the FSL
AlphaLinux cluster will be expanded to ~600 Alphas, which will give it
a theoretical peak of 835 GFlops.
And I hear that the 1 TFlop NCSA cluster is actually installed and
It can be dangerous to claim that anything is the fastest ;-)
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