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High Performance Computing for Windows Server 2003

High Performance Computing for Windows Server 2003

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This is one of those notes to myself for a newly discovered page.
High Performance Computing for Windows Server 2003
Some of the toughest computing challenges in the world are tackled and often solved by using high performance computing (HPC) clusters. Companies can now deploy clusters of servers running Windows Server 2003 to benefit from supercomputing power at a fraction of the cost. This site discusses Microsoft HPC solutions and demonstrates how Windows Server 2003 is the premier platform for customers seeking performance, scalability, and reliability.
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  • > Companies can now deploy clusters of servers
    > running Windows Server 2003

    Right, but who would want to? .Net Framework 1.1 Service Pack 1 is rated as a critical security update. There is a specialized version of this service pack with a label saying that it targets Windows Server 2003. When trying to install it, either from Windows Update or by searching Microsoft's general downloads, it correctly diagnoses its own failure to install. The installer tries to dereference a null pointer. Sometimes it automatically offers to send failure reports to Microsoft and I've sent a few. After more than 2 weeks, it's still the same. Why would any customer want to run clusters of an OS with known insecurities which cannot even be patched?
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