Defines how the head node of an Intel® Cluster Ready solution can be used as a compute node in one or more sub-clusters in the system.
This article describes how to use the groups capability of Intel® Cluster Checker to cover multiple cluster configurations with one configuration file.
This article shows reference times of Intel® Cluster Checker execution during a full certification check against Intel Cluster Ready architecture compliance.
This article describes how to use the global configuration capabilities of Intel® Cluster Checker.
This article describes how to integrate Intel® Cluster Checker 3 with a job scheduler when subclusters or special node roles are used; special attention is given to modification of the node list.
Describes how to modify Intel® Cluster Checker 3 to disable disk space checks on NFS filesystems.
How to Use Intel® Cluster Checker v3 When the Cluster Head Node Has an Intel® Xeon Phi™ Coprocessor Installed
In case your cluster uses a head node with one or more Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessors, a couple more steps have to be taken in order to collect all information.
Explains how to modify Intel® Cluster Checker 3 to run on SSH clients that do not support default options
If the database file used by Intel® Cluster Checker 3 is on an NFS-mounted filesystem, commands may take a long time to execute.
This articles discuss how to configure Intel Cluster Checker to run effectively in big clustered systems with hundred nodes.