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Re: [vox-tech] Clusters, renderfarms and MySQL,LAN projects using more than one Linux at a time
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Re: [vox-tech] Clusters, renderfarms and MySQL,LAN projects using more than one Linux at a time

You can try OSCAR. 

Also, check LLNL resources.

There is another cluster tool that I can not remember the name of now.


On Sat, Mar 02, 2013 at 09:35:34AM -0800, pksky@finestplanet.com wrote:
>    Hello:
>    For a while, I've been looking for an excuse to use my LAN for
>    implementing clusters of one kind or another.  First, I've got some
>    MySQL projects that are taking a lot of time to work.  They are huge
>    matrix problems and so far, have been incomplete even after 12 hours of
>    processing.  I know that MySQL can be distributed across several
>    different computers (asymmetric replication?) and so there is one
>    project.  But also it might be possible to distribute MySQL across
>    several Linux machines in a Linus cluster and maybe both at the same
>    time.
>    Finally, I've done some tinkering with Blender and would like to try my
>    hand at hosting my own renderfarm, especially one distributed across
>    several Linux machines.  Please don't tell me about all the renderfarms
>    already out there, I know, I would like to install my own.
>    Does anyone have a comprehensive view of these technologies and the
>    potential for a non-professional for installing them?
>    Paul Pikowsky
>    Davis, CA
>    Sent from Finest Planet WebMail.

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