[Beowulf] SCE software from Kasetsart University
lance.wilson at monash.edu
Mon Feb 27 14:32:28 PST 2017
If you are building a cluster from scratch then the openhpc pages are a
great start. Another option would be to use our system configuration
repository. We deploy clusters using Ansible and a number of scripts that
create the nodes and scheduling system and all the ancillary pieces
necessary for running a cluster. Let me know if you are interested and I
can point you at the documentation.
We use the tool for creating virtual laboratories for researchers on our
national research cloud if you are interested.
Dr Lance Wilson
Senior HPC Consultant
Ph: 03 99055942 (+61 3 99055942
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Multi-modal Australian ScienceS Imaging and Visualisation Environment
On 27 February 2017 at 22:07, John Hearns <hearnsj at googlemail.com> wrote:
> Catalin, also have a look at OpenHPC http://www.openhpc.community/
> your project sounds interesting - what hardware are you going to use for
> On 27 February 2017 at 10:48, Catalin Caciuleanu <
> catalin.caciuleanu at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Alex,
>> Thanks for your feedback.
>> To explain what I need: I plan to build a Microwulf system within 1-2
>> months from now on and I'm looking for software for managing the system.
>> When looking over the Internet I found some information about this SCE.
>> Since, as said, I'm a "newbie" in this area, I don't know about other
>> more actual tools of this kind.
>> I appreciate your suggestion about xCAT and I'll definitely have a look.
>> Thanks again, best regards.
>> 2017-02-25 0:07 GMT+01:00 Alex Chekholko <alex.chekholko at gmail.com>:
>>> I've never heard of SCE but a modern toolkit which is still under active
>>> development and which has a similar feature list is 'xCAT'.
>>> What problem are you trying to solve?
>>> On Fri, Feb 24, 2017 at 2:34 PM Catalin Caciuleanu <
>>> catalin.caciuleanu at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> I am new here and also in general a "newbie" on the Beowulf topic, but
>>>> however developping a passion on it.
>>>> I'd be interested, please, if the software "SCE" developped some year
>>>> ago by Kasetsart University is still available somewhere.
>>>> I found an old post from 2002 (http://www.beowulf.org/piperm
>>>> ail/beowulf-announce/2002-June/000035.html) saying that at that time "SCE
>>>> is available from http://www.opensce.org/", but now it looks that that
>>>> link is obsolete.
>>>> Thanks a lot for the time and support of anyone who could indicate me a
>>>> hint on this topic.
>>>> I wish you all the best an thank you in advance.
>>>> Catalin CACIULEANU
>>>> (catalin.caciuleanu at gmail.com)
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