ODROID-MC1 : My Cluster One with 32 CPU Cores and 8GB DRAM

New ODROID-MC1 : My Cluster One with 32 CPU Cores and 8GB DRAM

ODROID-MC1 : My Cluster One with 32 CPU Cores and 8GB DRAM

Please Note: Delivery of this item is 7-14 days


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It consists of 4 stackable units, each with a specially designed Single Board Computer (SBC) based on the Samsung Exynos 5422 octa-core processor. The OS is compatible with the ODROID-XU4, and is mounted on an aluminum case. The cases (which also incorporates an integrated heatsink) are stacked with a 80mm USB-Fan attached on the back-end, to ensure adequate cooling. The ODROID-MC1 comes assembled and ready to use as a personal cluster for learning as well as for doing useful work. 

This affordable 32-core cluster computer can run Docker Swarm, Build Farm and many other parallel computing applications.
Key features
* 4 units are fully assembled with a cooling fan.
* Each unit has Samsung Exynos5422 big-LITTLE octa-core CPUS with 2GB RAM
* Each unit has Gigabit Ethernet port for clustering.
* USB 2.0 Host
* UHS-1 capable micro-SD card slot for boot media
* Size : 112 x 93 x 72 mm approx.
* Linux OS images based on modern Kernel 4.9 LTS and Kernel 4.14 LTS
 

Docker Swarm
The most tedious part in setting up the ODROID-MC1 cluster is to install an OS and software packages needed for running and managing the docker-swarm on each compute node. 
To expedite the process, you can download an SD card image with everything almost ready to use at https://oph.mdrjr.net/MrDreamBot/
There are still a few steps you have to do to make everything work. The SD card has logins ‘root’ and ‘odroid’ already set up. 
The password for both logins is “odroid:. The Swarm we are building consists of 1 master and 3 worker nodes. 
https://magazine.odroid.com/article/odroid-mc1-docker-swarmgetting-started-guide/

Build Farm
A compile farm is a server farm, a collection of one or more servers, which has been set up to compile computer programs remotely for various reasons.
Here is an example guide to create your own build farm.
https://wiki.odroid.com/odroid-xu4/application_note/software/creating_build_farm


JAVA Parallel programming
An environment ready for experimenting with MPJ Express, a reference implementation of the mpiJava 1.2 API. 
https://magazine.odroid.com/article/odroid-mc1-parallel-programming-getting-started/


PXE remote booting setup
How to set the PXE environment (server and clients) using ODROID-XU4/HC1/MC1. Although the NFS is used for the root file system of PXE client in this page, the ramdisk is also useful if the image size of the root filesystem is compact.
https://wiki.odroid.com/odroid-xu4/application_note/software/pxe_boot

What is Included:  4 units fully assembled with a cooling fan.
(No power supplies or SD cards are included and these need to be additionally ordered.)


To set up the MC1 cluster, you need the following in addition to the MC1 hardware: 

BASIC SETUP

1 x Gigabit switch with at least 5 ports
5 x Ethernet cables
4 x microSD cards (at least 8GB in capacity)
4 x 5V/4A power supply for the MC1 computers


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INTERMEDIATE SETUP

1 x Gigabit switch with at least 5 ports
5 x Ethernet cables
4 x microSD cards (at least 8GB in capacity)
4 x DC Plug Cable Assembly 5.5mm for the MC1 computers
1 x 5V/20A power supply

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ADVANCED SETUP

1 x Gigabit switch with at least 17 ports
17x Ethernet cables
16 x microSD cards (at least 8GB in capacity)
16 x DC Plug Cable Assembly 5.5mm for the MC1 computers
1 x 5V/60A power supply

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  • Product Code: ODROID-MC1 : My Cluster One with 32 CPU Cores and 8GB DRAM
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