By Dkildahl -Oracle on Jun 14, 2011
Had no idea on the variety of Kimchee one could eat. Had no idea Kimchee could be served for breakfast, lunch, pick-me-up snack, and of course between dinner courses. "Deep fried kimchee rice" for breakfast! Only in Seoul.... yummy.
Spent the day yesterday listening to all the interesting work going on in Korea. Some of you might know, the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) Ranger supercompting cluster went live - the numbers are astounding, as expected - 52K compute cores interconnected with no more than 2 microsec latency between cores with a supporting filesystems delivering greater than 10GB/s to the nodes. A paper on the topic is here. We just closed on the largest cluster in Korea, all Sun x86 systems, Magnum IB switches etc. Nice.
Flying to Mumbai tonight, not at the latency I would like. How can it be 10 hrs to get from Seoul to Mumbai?
Talking about latency, the graphs below are not new, you have seen the raw numbers on previous posts from me. Give us a few more weeks and we'll add lines and bargraphs with 2 more entries - RHEL and SuSE-RT. Hopefully 3 weeks from now.