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SMP2 Core update

Postby augie » Wed Dec 02, 2009 3:58 am

We are excited to announce progress in our testing of new SMP2 cores. These cores use threads-based parallelization instead of MPI and, we hope, should be much more robust than our first-generation SMP cores.

The SMP2 cores are currently in testing; watch for future announcements regarding their release. The first SMP2 core to be released will be a Gromacs-based core with core number A3. In conjunction with this release, we are implementing some updates to our points benchmarking system. In particular, we will use early-completion bonuses, which we have been testing with the bigadv work unit program, more extensively for SMP2 cores.


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This would be something real good as we'd no longer have to run SMP through VM/*nix hoops to get the best points, it would be in native Windows and no need for all that extra overhead! :yesnod: Some good news indeed! ^*^
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