I have acquired some extra raspberry pi's and am looking to make use of them all in some way.
As I have been reading around, all of the "turn your Pi into a supercomputer" articles are only referring to using software like MPI to split up tasks and send them to each of the processing nodes.
However, I cant seem to find a lot of information on if it is possible to set up two or more raspberry pi's such that they all contribute their processing power, RAM, Storage .etc to some sort of shared pool that then can be used as if it were a single raspberry pi with better specs.
I seem to remember something similar to this being possible with docker containers (you could run containers in an environment made up from a shared pool of a whole cluster of resources). Is there I could setup on my pi's that would allow me to set them all up in a cluster to create one beefier "virtual pi" that I could use as if it were just a single normal pi?