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Old 06-22-2011, 06:28 PM   #1
rperaza26
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Can ROCK Cluster run/coexists with Windows home network?


Hi:

I want to setup a small computing cluster but do not want to have a separated network ie: all computing nodes in separated network/switch as the computing nodes can be either doing windows but when not in use will boot up to become computing nodes for the cluster.

I have tried this in other Linux distro (PelicanHPC) and this was not posible as they require a seprated network for the cluster.


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