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I think I read an article awhile back (several years ago at least) where a 
researcher modified a scsi driver to facilitate shared memory between a 
cluster of computers.  

What are you up to?


On Thu, 10 Mar 2005 markw at wrote:

> Non-Uniform Memory Architecture is a way of clustering multiple CPUs,
> closer than something like a beowulf, but not quite SMP either.
> Has anyone seen or heard of NUMA being simulated or implemented using high
> speed ethernet?
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