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    I'm looking into setting up a cluster with some old computers I have laying around. Is there an easy way to do this via a graphical tool or are all the cluster services pretty complex?

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    What kind of cluster do you want to build? HA or HPC?
    I only build HA clusters with heartbeat and drbd, which is not that difficult and there are many tutorials around on the internet.

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    probably just an hpc cluster, I'm trying to combine all my old hardware to create a server that will do parallel processing between all the systems. I just want an easy tool to use so when I get linux loaded on all the systems, I can just use the one tool to set everything up. any thoughts? P.S. I've read that red hat and turbo linux has this built in, has anyone ever tried these?
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    At the following link you can find some information regarding HPC, eventhough they are talking about HA clusters. At the bottom you will find some examples of different directors.
    url= linuxvirtualserver.org/HighAvailability.html

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