Coming early November – New windowshpc.net web site!

What will change? Http://windowshpc.net will be migrated from its existing Community Server platform to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. Existing users and community members will need to re-register using Microsoft Live ID . We are planning to migrate as much of your user information to the new site as possible.  Due to privacy regulations we…

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Weather Research and Forecast (WRF) Model Port to Windows

The Weather Research and Forecast (WRF) project is a multi-year/multi-institution collaboration to develop a next generation regional forecast model and data assimilation system for operational numerical weather prediction (NWP) and atmospheric research. Under this project – a collaboration between The National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), Microsoft Corporation, Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., and The Portland…

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Note to the following University of Tennessee posts

The following posts are exact copies of entries to the University of Tennessee Blog on the previous Windowshpc portal site. I added the author’s name in the beginning of each entry and edited the posting dates to reflect the original date of the entry.   Michael ColeProject Manager/Site Administrator

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Note to the following entries

The following posts are exact copies of entries to the Applications Blog on the previous Windowshpc portal site. I added the author’s name in the beginning of each entry and edited the posting dates to reflect the original date of the entry.   Michael ColeProject Manager/Site Administrator

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Note to the following section’s posts

The following posts are exact copies of original entries to the “Chronicles of a Cluster Trouleshooter” Blog on the previous Windowshpc portal site. I added the author’s name in the beginning of each entry and edited the posting dates to reflect the original date of the entry.   Michael ColeProject Manager/Site Administrator

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Note to the following posts

The following posts are exact copies of Calvin’s entries on the previous Windowshpc portal site. I edited the posting dates to reflect the original date of the entry. Michael ColeProject Manager/Site Administrator

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CCS battles Climate Change

posted Wednesday, June 20, 2007 2:52 PM by ktakeda | 0 Comments Read about the Southampton Institute’s work on a unified earth systems modelling system. Combining the power of CCS, Windows Workflow Foundation, Windows Presentation Foundation and SQL Server 2005, environmental scientists are now able to carry out experiments that they weren’t even dreaming about…

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Introduction

We are pleased to introduce a new blog category to accomodate all questions, discussions and tips around Windows Server 2008 and Compute Cluster Server performance.  This blog is owned by Xavier Pillons.

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This site is going live on November 15.

Hello to everybody in the WindowsHPC community!   We have finalized the first phase of development for this site and are going live on November 15 at 10:00 AM PST.   Thank you for your continued support and interest in WindowsHPC.     Michael Cole

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Applications Performance Improved with Snoop Filter Off on Intel 5000x Chipset

Chronicles of a Cluster Troubleshooter Volume One #1 Date: October 5, 2007 Issue: Performance of application, Eclipse, on Windows Compute Cluster Server V1 is below that of the same application run on the same hardware on Linux. Hardware Platform: HP Proliant DL140 cluster with Voltaire InfiniBand interconnect. Software Platform: Windows Server 2003 Compute Cluster Edition…

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