Galugtica, a rag-tag fleet of surplus PCs

Galugtica has been constructed by the University of Kentucky Linux Users Group (UKLUG) as a demonstration and development cluster. Made of old PCs obtained from UK surplus for free (not unlike the Stone Soupercomputer), it is not very powerful... but it is a complete cluster configured with ethernet, PAPERS custom aggregate function network hardware, and even an array of monitors. Although there are over 30 machines dedicated to Galugtica, it is currently configured as a 9-PC computational video wall:

Galugtica normally resides in the KAOS lab, next to several bigger clusters, including KLAT2. KLAT2, Kentucky Linux Athlon Testbed 2, is one of the fastest supercomputers in the world.

The Aggregate. The only thing set in stone is our name.