[Beowulf] China to eclipse Titan with 48,000 Intel MICs?
joshua_mora at usa.net
Wed Jun 5 21:49:21 PDT 2013
Some apps scale upto several hundreds of thousands of cores. These are Gordon
Bell award apps, with sustained levels around the PF.
See this link :
Another one not in this list is DCA++, which has been ported also to GPUs.
Jaguar had five applications that had sustained performance of over 1 petaflop
on full applications: DCA++: 1.9 PF, LSMS: 1.8 PF, DRC: 1.3 PF, NWchem: 1.39
PF, and OMEN: 1.03 PF.
------ Original Message ------
Received: 08:48 PM PDT, 06/05/2013
From: Nathan Moore <ntmoore at gmail.com>
To: Beowulf Mailing List <Beowulf at beowulf.org>, "Lux, Jim (337C)"
<james.p.lux at jpl.nasa.gov>
Subject: Re: [Beowulf] China to eclipse Titan with 48,000 Intel MICs?
> I didn't mean any special insult to the latest top 500 entry. Rather, that
> was a comment on the general nature of that list. Does anyone know,
> off-hand, how often these big machines run with all compute nodes dedicated
> to a single message-passing job? My guess is less than 1% of the time, and
> for the most part these machines are used as batch servers for smaller
> (N=512, 64, 32, etc) Amber/Gaussian/CFD like jobs.
> Am I far off the mark?
> Along similar lines, has Google or Amazon ever published their batch job
> capacity (it must be in petaflops...)
> On Tue, Jun 4, 2013 at 12:36 AM, Lux, Jim (337C)
> <james.p.lux at jpl.nasa.gov>wrote:
> > And on SlashDot
> > If you want to read a lot of comments from people who don't really know
> > HPC
> > ** **
> > From: Nathan Moore <ntmoore at gmail.com>
> > Date: Monday, June 3, 2013 9:55 AM
> > To: Christopher Samuel <samuel at unimelb.edu.au>, "beowulf at beowulf.org" <
> > beowulf at beowulf.org>
> > Subject: Re: [Beowulf] China to eclipse Titan with 48,000 Intel MICs?
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