[Bioinformatics] Linux clusters article (fwd)

Eugene Leitl Eugene.Leitl at lrz.uni-muenchen.de
Mon Feb 11 01:20:19 PST 2002

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Date: Sun, 10 Feb 2002 23:08:34 -0700
From: Nathan Torkington <gnat at oreilly.com>
To: bioinformatics at labs.oreilly.com
Subject: [Bioinformatics] Linux clusters article


(the article's in Drug Discovery Online, but the newsforge article
is less contaminated with session IDs)

"Linux clusters, which network multiple processors together to form a
unified and more powerful computing system, are becoming a major
technology in the bioinformatics industry. Universities, government
labs and commercial entities now boast Linux clusters of dozens, if
not hundreds of these processors or "nodes" for the explicit purpose
of gene sequencing, proteomic research, or drug discovery and


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