NPACI: rocks: tools and techniques for easily deploying manageable Linux clusters

@article{Papadopoulos2001NPACIRT,
  title={NPACI: rocks: tools and techniques for easily deploying manageable Linux clusters},
  author={Philip M. Papadopoulos and Mason J. Katz and Greg Bruno},
  journal={Proceedings 42nd IEEE Symposium on Foundations of Computer Science},
  year={2001},
  pages={258-267}
}
High-performance computing clusters (commodity hardware with low-latency, high-bandwidth interconnects) based on Linux, are rapidly becoming the dominant computing platform for a wide range of scientific disciplines. Yet, straightforward software installation, maintenance, and health monitoring for large-scale clusters has been a consistent and nagging problem for non-cluster experts. The NPACI Rocks toolkit takes a fresh perspective on management and installation of clusters to dramatically… CONTINUE READING
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