Beowulf Cluster Computing with Linux, Second Edition
Tuesday September 21 2004 @ 08:08AM EDT

Linux Journal: Beowulf Cluster Computing with Linux provides a well-balanced discussion that covers the basic design and construction of a Beowulf cluster, as well as how to manage and effectively use one. The breadth of the discussion is the book's only weakness—a lack of depth. The book touches on several topics from networking to programming, but you're going to need other sources on each subject for in-depth discussions. This book can help you define what other resources you need, though.

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