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Debian GNU/Linux top 34 supercomputer

The massive computing effort is done at the ATLAS Debian GNU / Linux 1342 nodes cluster, achieving measured performance in terms of top500.org linpack of 32.8 TFlops, with a theoretical peak of about 50 TFlops, using 10+ TB RAM, approximately 1.3 PB storage
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According to Dr. Grunewald, Merlin Debian GNU / Linux Beowulf 180 nodes cluster launched in 2002 initially ran on a rpm based distribution, but in 2004 migrated to Debian GNU / Linux after the rpm distro vendor changed its licencing model. The total computing power of the 360 CPU cores has been estimated to be more than 1.3 Tflops peak, the data storage capacity is about 20 TB mirrored.

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