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Old 07-11-2009, 12:38 AM   #1
manishgarg21
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Redhat HPC solution - What is the general feedback


Hi,

We are planning to recluster our 8 node cluster used for CFD application with Redhat HPC solution. Previously we were using CentOS v4, and we were facing some performance issues. After a detailed benchmarking, we found that we can improve the performance by almost 30% with RHEL. So we decided the recluster the machines with RHEL, and we got the option of Redhat HPC solution from Redhat.

I wanted to know if somebody has used it, and what is the opinion on the product. I heard there are some bugs.

Many thanks in advance.

Manish.
 
Old 07-20-2009, 01:24 AM   #2
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As Centos is the free rebadged version of RHEL, you should get the same perfomance, usually. Of course, you have to use the same version: latest (for both) is 5.3
 
  


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