Contributed by grey on from the and they are undeadly regulars too, sorry about the delay dept.
I recently posted to advocacy@ about how we are using OpenBSD here at kozoru. Here is the original message:
"We are working on a natural language processing system for parsing
questions and getting back answers (think Ask Jeeves, except works). We
are using OpenBSD on all our nodes in our cluster. Currently we have 82
running and processing Wikipedia. The nodes are simple x86 boxen,
running 2.4G Celerons w/ 512M RAM, booting OpenBSD 3.7 off a 64M USB
stick. For data storage we are using sqlite inside a 256M memory file
system. Here is a picture of our first rack we had setup:
Check out our website at http://www.kozoru.com for more information if you are interested on what we are currently doing."
Word is getting around the BSD websites, and since most of us at kozoru not only use OpenBSD as our workstation but we frequent undeadly.org quite often, I figured I would pass the story on here.
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