[Beowulf] Setting up a new Beowulf cluster

Mike Davis jmdavis1 at vcu.edu
Fri Feb 8 12:01:16 EST 2008


Let us not forget CENTos for those of us that require a longer lifespan 
for our operating systems.

I have one cluster that uses CENTOS 3, CENTOS 4 and controls its storage 
via Solaris 10.  The next major upgrade will retire the CentOS 3 
machines (2.4 dual single core ghz opterons) and use CENTOS 5 on Dual 
Dual core or Dual Quad Core opterons.





Mike Davis



Robert G. Brown wrote:
> Oops.  I can't make Peter out to be a liar, so:
>
>   "Fedora"
>
> There. I said it and I'm glad.
>
> I don't know what it all means, or course -- you can build a perfectly
> peachy cluster on Debian, SuSE, FreeBSD, Solaris, Windows in a pinch
> (although you'll hate yourself LONG before you're done if you try), any
> other linux distribution you might find, and ... yes ... Fedora.
>
> Oh, and did I mention Scyld and the "professional" turnkey type
> clusters?
>
> But let's get into all that in round two, when you have a bit more of an
> idea what goes into cluster design and when we all have a bit more of an
> idea of what KIND of cluster we need to be designing...;-)
>
> Then I might even say "Fedora" again!
>
>    rgb
>

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