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  1. n€x¤R


    gdybys przynajmniej sciagnal doqment, ktory podlikowales, szybko znalazlbys informacje:

    „HPC clusters can represent a significant investment of your resources. Your HPC cluster can be composed of tens, hundreds, or even thousands of computers. Maximizing the benefits of your current investment can bring tremendous savings; by using the same cluster for two operating systems, you gain the flexibility of another cluster without the hardware outlay. There are a number of scenarios in which the ability to easily switch between your Linux operating system and Windows Compute Cluster (WCCS) on your HPC cluster is a major advantage. […]
    Moreover, if you have Linux-dedicated hardware and you want to develop WCCS skills, a dual-boot cluster can be very helpful. With a dual-boot cluster, you can try Windows Compute Cluster and become familiar with the user interfaces and commands without investing in a new set of hardware. A dual-boot environment also enables you to test usage scenarios without fully disengaging your existing operating system. You can observe and fine-tune your application on Windows Compute Cluster while maintaining your existing environment.

    Development organizations that build applications that run on both the Linux operating system and on Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003 can benefit from a dual-boot environment because it lets you test applications on both operating systems without investing in two sets of hardware. The ability to run applications on Linux and Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003 on a single set of hardware can give you additional flexibility without further investment.”

  2. cyberneering


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