How to Build a 32-Core Raspberry Pi Cluster From Scratchby@alejandroduarte
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How to Build a 32-Core Raspberry Pi Cluster From Scratch

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A Raspberry Pi is a mini-computer board to which you can connect a monitor, mouse, and keyboard, and install a Linux-based operating system with a GUI. You can use it in “headless” mode with no GUI and run, for example, a database server. A cluster like this is a great way to experiment with distributed systems. In this article, I’ll show you how to build a Raspberry Pi cluster with: 8 nodes with 32 cores, 64 GB of RAM and 2TB of storage.

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