In a Swift numbers post in 2017, I mentioned that the largest known cluster had about 20 PB. It is 2019 now and I just got a word that TurkCell is operating a cluster with 36 PB, and they are looking at growing it up to 50 PB by the end of the year. The information about its make-up is proprietary, unfortunately. The cluster was started in Icehouse release, so I'm sure there was a lot of churn and legacy, like 250 GB drives and RHEL 6.
February 28th, 2019
Okay, here's the breakdown:
@pro: Programming, computers, networking, maybe some technical fields. It's basically migrated from SeaLion and is the main account of interest for the readers of this journal.
@stuff: Pictures of butterflies, gardening, and general banality.
@anime: Anime, manga, and weaboo. Note that Ani-nouto is still officially at Smug.
Thinking about adding @cars and @space, if needed.
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