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CUDA basics part 2


Recently, I posted a basic introduction to CUDA C for programming GPUs, which showed how to do a vector addition. This illustrated some of the CUDA basic syntax, but it wasn’t a complex- enough example to bring to light some of the trickier issues to do with designing algorithms carefully to minimise data movement. 2,323 more words

Setup a Cluster using ROCKS!

I thought it might come in handy for some people. Let’s get to it.

What is Rocks?

Rocks is a linux distribution based on CentOS. It’s intended for… 832 more words


How to recover default iptables firewall settings

# cd /etc/sysconfig
# co -l iptables
# /etc/rc.d/init.d/iptables restart


HPC Setup

I’ve been trying to setup an HPC cluster of all the PCs I have at home. When I finish that, I’ll be able to continue the N-Body post series. 77 more words

CUDA basics part 1


CUDA (Compute Unified Device Architecture) is an extension of C/C++, developed by NVIDIA, the GPU manufacturer, for programming their devices. (There is also a… 2,561 more words


New compressor opens the door to savings at Shlegel

An unreliable air compressor was causing major production problems for Shlegel Building Products, a leader in the design, development, manufacture and distribution of door and window components, located in Newton Aycliffe. 271 more words