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I'm working on a project to develop a "small" HPC cluster. I know Red Hat has released MRG which is based on condor, and I know conodor is freely available. My understanding is that MRG has web interaction capability (correct me if I'm wrong), which is ideal for my situation. While I can handle submitting jobs, managing condor, etc via the command line I would ideally like an interface for 'non-geeky' users to be able to submit, track, and manage their jobs.
Ideally I would like to test all of this without having to purchase hundreds of dollars worth of software for a project that could very well be thrown the eternal round filing cabinet (trash can).
Does anyone know if the CentOS community has received MRG for public distribution? Is there other software alternatives I should be looking at?
Hello there, I read your post and is very interesting because I am building a cluster based on CentOs and condor, I haven't got any clue about MRG but what I want to ask you if you can give me some advices on how to build the cluster, what kind of softwares should I use and how to to setup the cluster. Thank you very much for your time and hope to hear soon.
is what i am interested, the project is based on HTC cluster, and I hope Rocks cluster will help me out, since Rocks is HPC I hope I wont have any problems, even thou what's the diferecen between HPC and HTC, I know my question is kind of childish.