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the cluster is mainly for modelling and simulation. But at this point im concerned with getting it up and running with all the necessary components. I have taken a look at the sites you provided, but I was hoping I could find something specifically tailored to RHEL distro.
Distribution: Debian, Suse, Knoppix, Dyna:bolic, Mandrake [couple of years ago], Slackware [1993 or so]
Originally posted by btmiller You would probably also find the resources on www.beowulf.org and perhaps www.supercluster.org useful. But it would help if you would tell us exactly what uses you envision for the cluster.
that seems to be useful advise.
What hardware do you have, homogenous, heterogenous, any shared memory cards etc? It's about 3 years ago I had a look into this, but it seemed to me really advisable to give some info on what hardware you have.. The sun simulations that ran at our institute ran a homogenous Beowulf system with hp fortran etc.