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I want to cluster 10 Redhat Linux based servers for High Performance Computing. Can anybody suggest the best

solution to achieve the task? (Beowulf is very difficult to implement, Scyld Beowulf is very expensive)

I am using nexcom's HiServer320 with  10 Blades.

http://www.nexcom.com/product/bladeserver/hiserver320/

http://www.nexcom.com.tw/news/press_release/news20020527-02p.htm






               
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