[erlang-questions] cheap low-power boards
Mon Dec 29 15:43:50 CET 2008
On Mon, Dec 29, 2008 at 12:57 PM, Joel Reymont <joelr1@REDACTED> wrote:
>> We're running running a Rabbit cluster on a bunch of Linksys NSLU2
>> SLUGs. Don't know too much more than that off the top of my head, I'm
> Hi Ben! Can you tell me more about this application?
> Also, I was told that the WD Mybook has the same architecture, i.e. runs on
> ARM and Linux, etc.
Basically it is just a RabbitMQ cluster running on 8 x NSLU2 devices,
I think 3 of which are running as disk nodes and 5 as RAM nodes.
This is the circulum vitae of each node:
* 100baseT ethernet port
* 2 USB 2.0 ports
* 133Mhz ARM9
* 32Mb RAM
Each SLUG is running the ARM port of etch.
It's as not as special as it sounds - we mainly use it as a cost
effective way to test clustering (being a pennyless open source
outfit). And for demonstration purposes - you can take it with you to
demonstrate clustering at a talk, for example. And also to show that
you can run Rabbit on resource constained hardware.
The set up is just plain jane OTP clustering - see here for details:
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