Do dual CPU machines use all their processing power when running Einstein@Home?

Pooh Bear 27
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RE: I've just placed a

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I've just placed a purchase order for a new LIGO data analysis cluster at UWM. It will be quantity 640 AMD Opteron 175 systems: a total of 1280 CPU cores. The systems are based on Supermicro H8SSL-i motherboards with 2 x 1GB of DDR/400 unregistered ECC memory and a single 80GB SATA drive.

(By the way, the Opteron 175 is identical silicon to the AMD64 X2 4400+.)

Wanna buy me one, also (-:

Sharky T
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RE: RE: I've just placed

Message 23918 in response to message 23917

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I've just placed a purchase order for a new LIGO data analysis cluster at UWM. It will be quantity 640 AMD Opteron 175 systems: a total of 1280 CPU cores. The systems are based on Supermicro H8SSL-i motherboards with 2 x 1GB of DDR/400 unregistered ECC memory and a single 80GB SATA drive.

(By the way, the Opteron 175 is identical silicon to the AMD64 X2 4400+.)

Wanna buy me one, also (-:


And pay the electricity bill ;)


Bruce Allen
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RE: Any detail on

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Any detail on software?
Tullio

Linux: initially Fedora Core 4.

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