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Linux Clustering for Performance: Fundamentals

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High Performance Computing (HPC) has become easier, and two reasons are the adoption of open source software concepts and the introduction and refinement of clustering technology. This first of two articles discusses the types of clusters available, uses for those clusters, reasons clusters have become popular for HPC, some fundamentals of HPC, and the role of Linux in HPC.
 read more | score:6759 | -Idean Momtaheni, October 1, 2005
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