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Old   April 21, 2009, 05:04
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hello all,

Is there a guideline somewhere to put up a cluster? We were hoping to harvest some unused CAD stations (recent dual/quad core, 4/8gb ram, high end GPU) to use in a cluster.
At the moment I am looking for a more simple setup, just to demonstrate the power and ease of use of 2 or 3 parrallel computers. So doesnt have to be very fancy.

My knowledge on this matter is limited to beowulf types vs grid.

thx
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