[Beowulf] The Value Cluster

Jim Lux James.P.Lux at jpl.nasa.gov
Fri Dec 17 13:44:33 PST 2004

A year or so back, there was a discussion on the list about building a 
cluster entirely of stuff bought from WalMart (based on the $199 computers 
Walmart was selling back then).

At 12:02 PM 12/17/2004, Douglas Eadline, Cluster World Magazine wrote:

>FYI, starting in January Jeff Layton and I will be running a series
>in ClusterWorld magazine on how to build a cluster for under $2500
>(that is right two zeros).
>Obviously not a great interest to the hardcore readers of the list, but
>maybe of some interest to the newbies. You can find out more (and
>pictures) at:
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