This guide documents the graphical user interface (GUI) for the SGI SystemImager tool running on SGI 1450, SGI 1400, and SGI 1200 systems. It includes instructions for installing and administering SystemImager.
The following publications and Web sites contain additional information that may be helpful:
ACE Web Site: http://oss.sgi.com/projects/ace
SGI ProPack site: http://oss.sgi.com/projects/sgipropack1.2
SGI ProPack 1.4 for Linux Start Here
General Linux Clusters:
How to Build a Beowulf: A Guide to the Implementation and Application of PC Clusters. Thomas L. Sterling, John Salmon, Donald J. Becker, Daniel F. Savarese. ISBN: 026269218X.
How to Build a Beowulf: a Tutorial http://www.cacr.caltech.edu/beowulf/tutorial/tutorial.html
Beowulf Installation and Administration HOWTO http://buweb.parl.clemson.edu/doc_project/BIAA-HOWTO/Beowulf-Installation-and-Administration-HOWTO.html
VA SystemImager Web site: http://www.systemimager.org
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