Sandia's Cplant is the big code on campus

Sandia's Cplant is the big code on campus

Sandia National Laboratories has logged more than 800 downloads of its open-source software for building Linux clusters since the code was released last month.

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The code, developed for Sandia's homegrown Computational Plant (Cplant), would work on any large cluster, said Neil Pundit, manager of Sandia's Scalable Computing Systems Department.

The Energy Department lab in Albuquerque, N.M., has been expanding Cplant for several years in a continuous experiment of massively parallel computing using off-the-shelf hardware.

The software is downloadable under the Gnu public license from Sandia's site, at

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