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What OS is best to use for cluster creation


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There is a question about selecting the OS to create a cluster using the ISPmanager Cluster.
If anyone had or have experience in this area will gladly listen and take into consideration.
Thank you.
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definitely Linux — CentOS/RHEL(pay) or Debian. If you buy RHEL is not going to then I would choose Debian, it's kind of like portabilna tsentosa will.
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liners.
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Depending on the availability of experts. It is absolutely the dominant criterion.
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If for some reason it's not a problem then the choice should be made between Frey and Linux, which in principle are equivalent and there is need to look what for to you this cluster will be needed.
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I would choose CentOS. Because it is Free and RHEL have a lot to read.
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And what kind of cluster? HA-LBC? Or just HA?
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Sun Cluster Geographic Edition :) But Apsny product for the smaller clusters I also liked.
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CentOS/RHEL is the best option. Debian I would not have chosen it out of the box cluster management is not seen.
Praha — no.
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