53.9 million!!

Today, in a little less than 60 hours, Puma has solved a problem containing 53,913,204 unknowns.

The target was a 1m cube, illuminated by a dipole at 45.12 GHz.

It happened on two 64-bits quad core machines (Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5430 @ 2.66GHz, 6MB cache, 5333.58 bogomips) with 16 GBytes of RAM each.

The memory occupation of Puma was:
37 GBytes RAM
180 GBytes Disk (90 GBytes / machine)

The details of the record are on the wiki.

Happy simulating!


Posted by Idesbald Van den Bosch 2009-04-14

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