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by Christos Daillidis


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This thesis presents an analysis of clusters in high-performance computing and establishes a testbed implementation at the MOVES Institute.

This thesis presents an analysis of clusters in high-performance computing and establishes a testbed implementation at the MOVES Institute. It describes the steps necessary to create a cluster, factors to consider in selecting hardware and software, and describes the process of creating applications that can run on the cluster.

Establishing Linux Clusters for high-performance computing (HPC) at NPS .

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NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY, CALIFORNIA THESIS ESTABLISHING LINUX CLUSTERS FOR HIGH-PERFORMANCE COMPUTING (HPC) AT NPS by Christos Daillidis September 2004 Thesis Advisor: Thesis Co Advisor: Don. More information

NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY, CALIFORNIA THESIS ESTABLISHING LINUX CLUSTERS FOR HIGH-PERFORMANCE COMPUTING (HPC) AT NPS by Christos Daillidis September 2004 Thesis Advisor: Thesis Co Advisor: Don. More information.

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Clusters are comprised of racks of computers, called "nodes". The operation of the nodes is controlled by a master node, usually called the "head node".

CASE STUDY: High-Performance computing. Case study Dell PowerEdge servers. High-performance computing (HPC). By Scot A. Schultz Charles Rubin. Building One of the World’s Largest Windows-Based HPC Clusters. When the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Holland Computing Center teamed up with Dell to build a high-performance computing (HPC) cluster, the result was a flexible dual-boot system of Dell™ PowerEdge™ servers with dual-core AMD Opteron™ processors-and one of the world’s largest and most powerful Microsoft® Windows® OS–based clusters. COM/PowerSolutions for the complete category index.

This is a NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA report procured by the Pentagon and made available for public release. It has been reproduced in the best form available to the Pentagon. It is not spiral-bound, but rather assembled with Velobinding in a soft, white linen cover. The Storming Media report number is A390724. The abstract provided by the Pentagon follows: Modeling and simulation (M&S) needs high-performance computing resources, but conventional supercomputers are both expensive and not necessarily well suited to M&S tasks. Discrete Event Simulation (DES) often involves repeated, independent runs of the same models with different input parameters. A system which is able to run many replications quickly is more useful than one in which a single monolithic application runs quickly. A loosely coupled parallel system is indicated. Inexpensive commodity hardware, high speed local area networking, and open source software have created the potential to create just such loosely coupled parallel systems. These systems are constructed from Linux-based computers and are called Beowulf clusters. This thesis presents an analysis of clusters in high-performance computing and establishes a testbed implementation at the MOVES Institute. It describes the steps necessary to create a cluster, factors to consider in selecting hardware and software, and describes the process of creating applications that can run on the cluster. Monitoring the running cluster and system administration are also addressed.

Comments: (3)

unmasked
The 2012 publication date is misleading. This book describes work that was done in 2004. Consequently nearly everything is entirely out of date and basically fairly useless. This is someone's masters thesis, and I was surprised at the number of typos I found. Also, many of the images don't display properly in the Kindle reader. All in all a complete waste of $2.99. Sadly, there are no current books available on the subject of modern compute clusters. I gave this title a star for effort, but save your money.
IGOT
First of all this is a master's thesis not a professionally edited book and it seems to have been put in Kindle format by some automated tool with not enough post processing.

That said I'm a computer guy in a Physic's lab that just got a small Rocks cluster and was looking for an introduction. This was they only Kindle book I could find on point and at a very low price. I read it on my phone during a plane trip.

It served its purpose and was worth the price. I found it a bit basic but I learned enough to understand what I didn't know and thus became able to ask the questions I needed to.
Kakashkaliandiia
a lot of good material but kind of haphazardly arranged...
Establishing Linux Clusters for High-Performance Computing (HPC) at NPS download epub
Operating Systems
Author: Christos Daillidis
ISBN: 1423522095
Category: Computers & Technology
Subcategory: Operating Systems
Language: English
Publisher: Storming Media (2004)