Intel® Cluster Ready Recipes by OS




Save time as you create robust Intel® Cluster Ready systems. Intel Cluster Ready reference designs – recipes – provide starting points to help hardware vendors, platform integrators, and system integrators design and build certified Intel Cluster Ready systems.

Recipes provide instructions to get you started configuring Intel® Xeon® processor-based systems into a copy of a certified implementation of the Intel Cluster Ready architecture specification. Use the Intel Cluster Ready specification for guidance as you add components and features that enhance capabilities, differentiate your cluster offerings, and add value for customers.
View recipes by Processor, Provisioning Software, or OS.

Select ProcessorIntel® Xeon® Processor E5-2600 family Intel® Xeon® Processor 5600 series Intel® Xeon® Processor 5500 series Intel® Xeon® Processor 5400 series Intel® Xeon® Processor 5300 series Intel® Xeon® Processor 3200 series

Select Provisioning SW StackIQ (Clustercorp) Rocks+ Rocks (open source)Platform Computing OSCAR-Pro

Select Operating System CentOS* Red Hat Enterprise Linux*SUSE Linux Enterprise Server*

Get started designing and building Intel Cluster Ready systems. Use the pre-certified reference cluster designs below as a foundation for further development. Or implement them “as is”, without modifications or enhancements.
For additional recipes, go to the Intel® Enabled Solutions Acceleration Alliance (Intel® ESAA) and search on High Performance Computing (HPC).

Intel Cluster Ready recipes are grouped here by Operating System, with newer recipes first. Please note:

  • Recipes provide repeatable instructions, but do not include software itself.
  • Additional tools and requirements for achieving Intel Cluster Ready certification, including Intel® Cluster Checker, are available to partners of the Intel Cluster Ready program.
  • Each new system you create is subject to individual verification and certification to confirm that it follows the Intel Cluster Ready specification.

CentOS*

Reference RecipeDescriptionNodes†Last Update

S5520UR-ICR1.1-ROCKS5.3-CENTOS5.4-C2

Release Notes

32

Dec 17, 2010

S5520UR-ICR1.1-ROCKS5.3-CENTOS5.4-C1

Release Notes

30

Dec 17, 2010

 

Red Hat Enterprise Linux*

Reference RecipeDescriptionNodes†Last Update

S2600JF-ICR1.2-HPC3.1-
RH6.2-C1-v1.0

Release Notes

30

May 10, 2012

S2600JF-ICR1.2-BCM5.2-RH6.2-C1-v1.0

Release Notes

31

Feb 8, 2012

S2600JF-ICR1.2-BCM5.2-RH5.7-C1-v1.0

Release Notes

31

Feb 9, 2012

S5520UR-ICR1.2-BCM5.2-RH5.7-C1

Release Notes

31

Nov 4, 2011

S5520UR-ICR1.2-HPC3-RH6.1-C1

Release Notes

32

Nov 2, 2011

S5520UR-ICR1.1-HPC2.1-RH5.5-C1

Release Notes

32

May 13, 2011

S5520UR-ICR1.1-PCM2.0-RH5.4-C2

Release Notes

33

Sept 24, 2010

S5520UR-ICR1.1-ROCKSPLUS5.3-RH5.4-C2

Release Notes

33

Sept 24, 2010

S5520UR-ICR1.1-PCM2.0-RH5.4-C1

Release Notes

31

Sept 24, 2010

S5520UR-ICR1.1-ROCKSPLUS5.3-RH5.4-C1

Release Notes

31

Sept 24, 2010

S5520UR-ICR1.1-ROCKSPLUS5.1-RH5.3-C1

Release Notes

33

Feb 12, 2010

S5400SF-ICR1.1-PCM1.2-RH5.3-C1

Release Notes

33

Sept 11, 2009

S5520UR-ICR1.1-PCM1.2-RH5.3-C1

Release Notes

33

August 10, 2009

S5400SF-ICR1.1-POCS5.1-RH5.1-C3

Release Notes

33

March 13, 2009

X38ML-ICR1.1-POCS5-RH5.1-C1

Release Notes

33

January 8, 2009

S3000PT-ICR1.1-POCS-RH4-C1

Release Notes

17

December 4, 2008

S5400SF-ICR1.1-ROCKS+-RH-C1

Release Notes

5

December 1, 2008

X38ML-ICR1.1-ROCKS+-RH5.1-C1

Release Notes

5

December 1, 2008
S5400SF-ICR1.0-POCS-RH4-C1

33

July 31, 2008
S5000PAL-ICR1.0-POCS-RH4-C1

32

July 31, 2008
X38ML-ICR1.0-POCS-RH4-C1

32

June 18, 2008

 

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server*

Reference RecipeDescriptionNodes†Last Update
S5400SF-ICR1.0-OSCARPRO-SLES10-C1

33

July 8, 2008
X38ML-OSCARPRO-SLES10-C1

32

July 1, 2008
S5000PAL-OSCARPRO-SLES10-C1

32

June 18, 2008


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†Indicates the actual number of nodes in the recipe used to certify the reference implementation as Intel® Cluster Ready. The same recipe may be used to scale up to 2N nodes, where N is the number of nodes recorded for the original certified cluster. For example, a certified 32-node recipe means that a 16-node cluster is considered certified, as would any number of nodes from 4 to 64 based on the same recipe. Read more about scaling your certified clusters in the white paper, Mass-Producing Your Certified Cluster Solutions.

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