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Ubuntu 10.04 MPI Cluster

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Harness your extra systems together for parallel processing...
The post is meant to be plain and simple aimed towards the average user, thus I choose not to implement NIS, NFS, BIND, and other more complex technologies. A student should be able to setup and play with a computer cluster system at home without spend days reading through Linux systems-administrators books and manuals. I make use of Ubuntu 10.04 Server as it is the most commonly used available Linux distribution today and it’s a LTS (Long Term Support) version, which will be supported till 2015.

I suggest “MPI Programming” as the google keyword for those interested in learning how-to write programs for such systems.
 read more | mail this link | score:7979 | -Ray, March 11, 2011
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