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Building Clustered Linux Systems by Robert W. Lucke

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Acknowledgments

My journey through the cluster world is still continuing. I gratefully acknowledge the people who started this journey for me: Scott Studham, Eduardo Apra, Dave Cowley, Evan Felix, Scott Jackson, Bill Pitre, Gary Stouson, Tim Witteveen, Ralph Wescott, and Ryan Wright, all of those at the Molecular Science Computing Facility in the William R. Wiley Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) in Richland, Washington (see http://www.mscf.emsl.pnl.gov for more information).

At the time of this writing, phase 2 of the Linux-based Intel Itanium 2 supercomputer at PNNL has just “gone live” with 11.8 TFLOPs, premiering as the fifth-fastest computer system in the world, based on peak floating-point ...

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