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SubjectRe: Linux/Pro [was Re: Coding style - a non-issue]
> As far as I can tell the only real difference between a numa box, and
> a normal cluster of machines running connected with fast ethernet is
> that a numa interconnect is a blazingly fast interconnect.

Plus some fairly hairy cache coherency hardware.

> So if you
> can come up with a single system image solution over fast ethernet a
> ccNuma machine just magically works.

it's not cc if you just use fast ethernet.

Martin.

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