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    Summit Supercomputer powered by RHEL 7

    Oak Ridge National Laboratory has unveiled a 200-Petaflop beast.

    The IBM AC922 system consists of 4,608 compute servers, each containing two 22-core IBM Power9 processors and six NVIDIA Tesla V100 graphics processing unit accelerators, interconnected with dual-rail Mellanox EDR 100Gb/s InfiniBand. Summit also possesses more than 10 petabytes of memory paired with fast, high-bandwidth pathways for efficient data movement.
    It should just about cope with Candy Crush then...

    full details - https://www.ornl.gov/news/ornl-launc...-supercomputer

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    Re: Summit Supercomputer powered by RHEL 7

    That would go a long way in satisfying my hardware fetish....at least until the electric bill shows up in the mailbox.
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    Re: Summit Supercomputer powered by RHEL 7

    ...............
    Yup, Summit runs on Linux.

    Specifically, it runs on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL).
    Source

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    Re: Summit Supercomputer powered by RHEL 7

    the actual source I got the RHEL information from was straight from the Oak Ridge website

    https://www.olcf.ornl.gov/for-users/...stem-overview/

    the candy crush comment was of course a joke.

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    Re: Summit Supercomputer powered by RHEL 7

    If it was able to boot Windows, how long would it take for Cinibench?
    Leslie in Montreal

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    http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showth...40#post1697840

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