[Beowulf] raspberri pi or similar hard ware cluster

Christopher Samuel samuel at unimelb.edu.au
Wed Nov 27 16:39:20 PST 2013


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On 27/11/13 11:53, Adam DeConinck wrote:

> SDSC also had a 12-node cluster at SC13, running a display wall where
> they had a Tron Lightcycles tournament going. Very fun if you got to
> check it out. :)

I think it was at least 15 nodes (at least that seems to be what I get
when I count them on a photo I took of it), and I think it might have
been 16 as talking to someone at the booth they had one node per monitor
and a master node coordinating things.

Ah yes, 16 nodes, here you go:

http://ucsdnews.ucsd.edu/pressrelease/sdsc_uses_meteor_raspberry_pi_cluster_to_teach_parallel_computing

and an interview with Rick Wagner from SDSC about it (with photos) is here:

http://insidehpc.com/2013/11/14/sdsc-booth-sc13-feature-gaming-competition-powered-meteor-cluster/

cheers!
Chris
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