I?ve been given a couple of RLX blade server chassis loaded with blades (one with
Transmeta Crusoe cpu?s, and one with Pentium III cpu?s). I hope you?ll allow me to count
these as ?vintage? because of their interesting origin: the Pentium III loaded chassis was
part of a 768 node computer cluster at the Sanger Institute in the UK, and was used in the
last stretch of the DNA sequencing computations for the Human Genome Project.
I?d like to build a compute cluster out of these, but I don?t have the rpm?s they supplied
to customize Linux for their blades. Ideally, I?d hope to find a copy of their ?Control
Tower? blade management software, and their customized Linux installation images, but just
the bare rpm?s would do for now. From the RLX platform guide, I?d hope to find:
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