Beowulf?

Matt Brodeur mbrodeur at NextTime.com
Thu May 20 10:48:01 EDT 2004


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On Thu, May 20, 2004 at 08:52:07AM -0400, Kenneth E. Lussier wrote:
>  Does anyone know what happened to the Beowulf project? beowulf.org has
>  been down for a long time, beowulf-underground.org has closed up shop,
>  and the community section of www.scyld.com is extremely sparse. 
>  
>  Can anyone suggest any other good sites for information on building
>  beowulf clusters or parallel processing?

   It looks like their site is down as well, but you could try to get
in touch with someone from the Debian Beowulf Users Group (DeBUG).
The Wayback Machine has the site as it appeared a year ago:
http://web.archive.org/web/20030524145821/http://extreme-linux.com/

   I haven't been to a BLU meeting in a while, but Kurt Keville used
to frequent them.  Of course, I'm thinking back a few years, so the
whole project may have disappeared long ago.

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Matt Brodeur                                                            RHCE
MBrodeur at NextTime.com                                http://www.NextTime.com

You can't fall off the floor. 
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