Life, The Universe, and Your Cluster

Posted by tuxchick on Nov 27, 2005 11:19 PM EDT
Linux Magazine; By Douglas Eadline and Jeffrey B. Layton
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Cluster computing is great, or so it’s said. Cobble together a few thousand commodity servers, wire the machines together with Ethernet, grab some freely-available software, and with comparatively little expense, you can assemble a machine capable of calculating the meaning of life, the universe, and everything. Or choose a problem that remains unsolved.

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