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    Smile Doing Project on cluster computing.


    I am planning to do a project on cluster computing in Linux so i wud like some help 4m you guys as this is completely new to me.

    first of all i need the following info:

    1. which linux should i go for?
    2. which clustering software should i use (what are the options)
    3. as i am doing the project in my college, how can i implement the cluster

    thanx in advance

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    Welcome to the forums!

    Take a look here for lots good links and information regarding Linux clustering:

    The Linux Clustering Information Center

    In addition, a Google search for linux clustering will yield pages and pages of options and helpful information.

    Hope your project is a huge success and you have lots of fun with it.
    oz

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    thanks 4 de reply.
    de first thing i did was search on google... but it gives a random result.
    i dont know where to start, thats why i came here i m going through the link given by you but i will be needing a lot of help 4m u gyus as i am just a beginner.

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    Cluster building is probably something that the majority of users here don't do, but hopefully someone does put them together and can give you the step-by-step procedure. Otherwise, the almighty Google might have to fill in some of the gaps.

    Best of luck with it, either way!
    oz

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    so that means i will have 2 wait till someone having knowledge about clustring replies...

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    Well, no need to wait. You can become that someone who knows about clustering


    -What hardware are you putting into the cluster?
    -What's the clusters purpose in life? # what will it do?


    If you answer these two questions, then you have a basis to start from and a goal to work towards. Everything else is implementation. Form follows function. Read this
    Can't tell an OS by it's GUI

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    Quote Originally Posted by ankushkool View Post
    thanks 4 de reply.
    de first thing i did was search on google... but it gives a random result.
    i dont know where to start, thats why i came here i m going through the link given by you but i will be needing a lot of help 4m u gyus as i am just a beginner.
    Welcome to the forum ankushkool. Can I first ask that you try to use proper English - we have many users for whom English is not their first language, and they may struggle with your grammatical style.

    Enjoy being the beginner in this, because it doesn't last very long. To be honest we could really do with a forum expert on clustering . If you work through this and get it going, you'll quickly become more of an expert in this field of Linux than most of us.
    Linux user #126863 - see http://linuxcounter.net/

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