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Bootable Cluster CD Alternatives

Bootable Cluster CD is described as 'A Computational "Wet Lab" for distributed computing! A cluster in your pocket!' and is an app. There are six alternatives to Bootable Cluster CD for Linux, CentOS and Knoppix. The best alternative is CHAOS, which is free. Other great apps like Bootable Cluster CD are Rocks, PlumpOS, ClusterKnoppix and PelicanHPC.

This page was last updated Jun 17, 2020
  • FreeProprietary
  • Linux

A Computational "Wet Lab" for distributed computing! A cluster in your pocket!

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  1. CHAOS

    • FreeProprietary
    • Linux

    Objective: Cluster platform :: To create a cluster platform capable of large-scale ad-hoc cluster deployment and to be the fastest, most compact, secure and straight-forward openMosix cluster platform available.

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  2. Rocks

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Linux
    • CentOS

    Rocks is an free Linux cluster distribution that enables end users to easily build computational clusters, grid endpoints and visualization tiled-display walls. 100's of researchers from around the world have used Rocks to deploy their own cluster.

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  3. PlumpOS

    • FreeProprietary
    • Linux

    PlumpOS is a mini linux distribution aimed at an easy way to add nodes to an openMosix cluster without a lot of work or even thought.

    Discontinued

    The openMosix project is officialy over since March 2008 and PlumpOS retired.

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  4. ClusterKnoppix

    • FreeProprietary
    • Linux
    • Knoppix

    ClusterKnoppix is a modified Knoppix distro using the OpenMosix kernel.

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  5. PelicanHPC is a Debian-based live CD image with a goal to make it simple to set up a high performance computing cluster. The front-end node (either a real computer or a virtual machine) boots from the CD image.



  6. FlashMob ISO

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Linux

    FlashMob Computing started as a challenge. Could we convince enough people to bring their conventional computers to a single location in order to build a temporary supercomputer, one that could compete with the fastest and most expensive computers in the world?

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