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There are lots of websites about making a supercomputer with Raspberry Pi. Is it possible to install "Rocks Cluster Distribution" on Raspberry to have a more efficient cluster?

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    Quoting the Rocks "getting Started" (rocksclusters.org/rocks-documentation/4.1/getting-started.html), "Rocks supports all the hardware components that RedHat supports, but only supports the x86, x86_64 and IA-64 architectures.". Unsure if this means for just the head node or all the nodes... I too am looking for an answer.
    – Snappawapa
    Jun 12, 2017 at 16:32

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No, it is not. No ARM support and Centos 6 was latest build.

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