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Old 07-27-2011, 08:50 PM   #1
Burrild
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Getting a single system cluster installed for 32 bit.


well I tried the openssi for debian. I've tried linux from scratch but flopped trying to get mosix or kerrighed on it. Anyone got a simple way to go to get a hard drive installed single system image cluster with 32 bit machines. I'm not a new linux user but I have seemed to reach the limit of my skills. I don't like the live cds because I plan to add software later. The live cds don't fit my needs.

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Old 07-28-2011, 02:38 PM   #2
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Have you considered getting network booting setup? You should be able to configure one system and then get the rest of them to boot off of it or an image of it. Sorry that I can't get into details with it because I haven't done this myself.
 
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Have you considered getting network booting setup? You should be able to configure one system and then get the rest of them to boot off of it or an image of it. Sorry that I can't get into details with it because I haven't done this myself.

yes network booting is a option but first I have to have a system. My needs require a head node that can add software as needed and remastering a cd for this would not work for me. The head node needs to boot from a hard drive. I want a ssi for 32 bit. I tried openssi, kerrighed, and mosix but could not get past the install. Kerrighed wanted 64 bit. Opensii failed to install and linux from scratch didn't like my kernal. If anyone has any suggestions I'm all ears.
 
  


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