Rocks 5.4.2 – HPCC 1.4.1 benchmark with GCC 4.1.2

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The instructions/steps given below worked for me (and Michigan Technological University) running Rocks 5.4.2 (with CentOS 5.5) – as has been a common practice for several years now, a full version of Operating System was installed. These instructions may very well work for you (or your institution), on Rocks-like or other linux clusters. Please note that if you decide to use these instructions on your machine, you are doing so entirely at your very own discretion and that neither this site, sgowtham.com, nor its author (or Michigan Technological University) is responsible for any/all damage – intellectual and/or otherwise.

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Rocks 5.4.2 – HPL 2.0 benchmark with GCC 4.1.2

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The instructions/steps given below worked for me (and Michigan Technological University) running Rocks 5.4.2 (with CentOS 5.5) – as has been a common practice for several years now, a full version of Operating System was installed. These instructions may very well work for you (or your institution), on Rocks-like or other linux clusters. Please note that if you decide to use these instructions on your machine, you are doing so entirely at your very own discretion and that neither this site, sgowtham.com, nor its author (or Michigan Technological University) is responsible for any/all damage – intellectual and/or otherwise.

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Rocks 5.4.2 – Ganglia’s gmond Python module for monitoring NVIDIA GPU

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The instructions/steps given below worked for me (and Michigan Technological University) running Rocks 5.4.2 (with CentOS 5.5) – as has been a common practice for several years now, a full version of Operating System was installed. These instructions may very well work for you (or your institution), on Rocks-like or other linux clusters. Please note that if you decide to use these instructions on your machine, you are doing so entirely at your very own discretion and that neither this site, sgowtham.com, nor its author (or Michigan Technological University) is responsible for any/all damage – intellectual and/or otherwise.

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CUDA/C – Hello, World!

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The instructions/steps/programs given below worked for me (and Michigan Technological University) running site licensed Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.2, with NVIDIA CUDA SDK 4.1.28, NVIDIA GPU Driver v290.10 & two NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570 cards – as has been a common practice for several years now, a full version of Operating System was installed and all necessary patches/upgrades have been applied. These instructions may very well work for you (or your institution), on Red Hat-like or other linux distributions. Please note that if you decide to use these instructions on your machine, you are doing so entirely at your very own discretion and that neither this site, sgowtham.com, nor its author (or Michigan Technological University) is responsible for any/all damage – intellectual and/or otherwise.

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RHEL 6.2 – Ganglia’s gmond Python module for monitoring NVIDIA GPU

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The instructions/steps given below worked for me (and Michigan Technological University) running site licensed Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.2 – as has been a common practice for several years now, a full version of Operating System was installed and all necessary patches/upgrades have been applied. These instructions may very well work for you (or your institution), on Red Hat-like or other linux distributions. Please note that if you decide to use these instructions on your machine, you are doing so entirely at your very own discretion and that neither this site, sgowtham.com, nor its author (or Michigan Technological University) is responsible for any/all damage – intellectual and/or otherwise.

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SC11, fond memories from a fantastic nerd fest

Apart from what I could infer from the title, SC11, The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis, that it was being held in a city that I had already been to once before (and had gained some familiarity, with at least parts of it) as part of The Great American Road Trip with dear friend Nils Stenvig (@UPBeaches), that the city had more than its fair share of friendly & familiar faces and that the event would offer the first of opportunities to put a face to many a names that I had known & interacted with for many years, I knew little about SC11 and of what I wanted from it.

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