Cluster Programming: You Can't Always Get What You Want

Posted by deadline on Sep 19, 2006 1:19 PM EDT; By Douglas Eadline
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Fifteen years ago I wrote a short article entitled "How Will You Program 1000 Processors?" Back then it was a good question that had no easy answer. Today, it is still a good question that still has no easy answer. Except now it seems a bit more urgent as we step into the "mulit-core" era. Today, 1000 processors are a reality for many practitioners of Linux HPC.

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