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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?

Well, nothing much really. I have a few machines that operate, depending
on the project, as a beowulf cluser, load balanced server, database farm,

I was at LinuxWorld and saw SGI's cc:NUMA machines, and I thought that
they were cool. I was just curious about practical uses and wondered if
there was a way to simulate a system like that.

I suppose Dolphin makes specialized adapters for it, but I was hoping I
could do it cheaply.

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