[Beowulf] Beowulf, Gentoo and Navier Stokes solvers
Brian D. Ropers-Huilman
bropers at cct.lsu.edu
Mon Feb 6 13:23:30 PST 2006
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RE: the navier stokes (CFD) bits, there are several codes out there. One is
even situated in your neck of the woods:
FYI, there is a CFD component being added to Cactus, which may be of value
Alan Jones said the following on 2006-02-06 11:00:
> Hi All,
> I'll start by introducing myself being my first post on the list. As the
> header suggests my name is Alan - I'm head of R&D at a production
> (visual effects) house in London.
> I'm currently looking into developing a cluster to perform fluid
> simulation and google, while providing plenty of information, hasn't
> shown what I'm after.
> The first part I'm looking for is how I'd go about using gentoo as my
> base platform for putting together a cluster.
> The other question is whether there's any existing open source projects
> for navier stokes on beowulf out there as I'd rather spend my
> development efforts contributing to an existing project.
Brian D. Ropers-Huilman, Director .:. High Performance Computing
Networking, Infrastructure, & Research / Information Technology Support
Frey Computing Services, Rm. 323 bropers at lsu.edu
Louisiana State University +1 225.578.3272 (V)
Baton Rouge, LA 70803-1900 USA +1 225.578.6400 (F)
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