[GE users] Clustering book

John Hearns john.hearns at streamline-computing.com
Sat Mar 10 09:16:05 GMT 2007

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trey at hyper.com wrote:
> What is a good clustering book to walk a noob through all the administrative and
> script writing for linux clusters and/or grid engine?

Have you considered asking Sun for install and support services for 
Gridengine? That is after all what they're there for!
Also you could consider your local friendly cluster integrator - you can 
get companies like ours to install, support and advise you on batch systems.

A couple of good on-line resources:

Look at Bob Brown's "how to Engineer a Beowulf Style Compute Cluster"

And the very good Clustermonkey site:

      John Hearns
      Senior HPC Engineer
      Streamline Computing,
      The Innovation Centre, Warwick Technology Park,
      Gallows Hill, Warwick CV34 6UW
      Office: 01926 623130 Mobile: 07841 231235

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