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Implementing a Linux Cluster

Implementing a Linux Cluster

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Implementing a Linux Cluster
A project report
submitted in partial ful\ufb01lment of
the requirements for the award of the degree of
Bachelor of Technology
in
Computer Science and Engineering
by

Deepak Lukose
Roll No:16
Group No:8

S8 CSE
Department of Computer Engineering
National Institute of Technology, Calicut
Kerala - 673601
2006
Certi\ufb01cate

This is to certify that the project entitled \u201cImplementing a Linux Cluster\u201d is a bona\ufb01de record of the project presented byDeepak Lukose, (Y2.025) under our supervision and guidance. The project report has been submitted to theDe-

partment of Computer Engineeringof National Institute of Technology, Calicutin partial ful\ufb01lment of the award of the Degree of Bachelor of Technol- ogyin Computer Science and Engineering.

Dr. M.P. Sebastian
Professor and Head
Dept.of Computer Engineering
NIT Calicut
Mr. Vinod Pathari
Lecturer
Dept.of Computer Engineering
NIT Calicut
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Abstract

A computer cluster is a group of loosely coupled computers that work to- gether closely so that in many respects it can be viewed as though it were a single computer. Clusters are commonly connected through fast local area networks and are usually deployed to improve speed and/or reliability over that provided by a single computer, while typically being much more cost-e\ufb00ective than single com- puters of comparable speed or reliability.

Clusters built from open source software, particularly based on the GNU/Linux

operating system, are increasingly popular. Their success is not hard to explain because they can cheaply solve an ever-widening range of number-crunching appli- cations. A wealth of open source or free software has emerged to make it easy to set up, administer, and program these clusters. This work aims at an implemen- tation of free and open source clusters for performing scienti\ufb01c computations at a faster pace.

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