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Old 01-21-2012, 02:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Building a Cluster

I've been working on making this small cluster for some time, but have no idea what I'm doing.

to give you some background. I'm very hardware minded, and don't know what to do software-wise to enable the systems to work.

I'd appreciate any idea software names, links, help of any sort.

I'm near begging.. About ready to toss the whole bunch into the field beside my house..

I have licensed Copies of Windows 2000, and Windows XP

These are all the specs I've collected on the Units, and Network devices.
* Hammer (HP6735) 555 MHz 128MB
* Uranus (HP6648c)
* Searcher 600MHz 256MB
* Yumi (Web server) 266MHz 256MB
* Lupin 450MHz 128MB hdd10g
* Trisha ? 96Kb hdd1gig/4gig
* Kdonna 667mhz 256MB 256MB
* LC 600mhz 256MB hdd4g
* 2X 16port 10/100 Switches
* 2X Patch panels (having issues wiring..

Here's the Blog I've been trying to put my process in.. KittiMedia on Blogspot
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