R: HPC with Beoqulf
I suppose you refer beowulf means you refer a trasparent distributed processes
Any Linux distribution supporting beowulf can be the point of a good start to
build a Linux based HPC cluster.
In order to build a performante architecture solution to HPC cluster, the best
strategy is to elaborate a combined
solution using high fast interconnection system and a reliable cluster
resource management systems: beowulf is
only a distributed processes managment system.
Beowulf is not a High Availability HPC system, is not a high network
interconnect system, is not a is not a Cluster
Management system, is not a File system managment, is not a scheduling of
parallel programs, is not a inter
You can start from beowulf software and add code to reach the above
>Data: 14/01/2011 9.04
>Ogg: HPC with Beoqulf
>I'm trying to build a Linux HPC based on Debian with Beowulf.
>But I didn't find any information about if Beowulf is a solution for
>High Availability or High Performance.
>Can somebody help?
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