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  1. Banana Pi server cluster

    I built a Raspberry Pi cluster a while ago, and it's been running really well. I got my hands on 4 Banana Pis a month ago, and I thought I'd build another cluster. This time around I've used Nginx instead of Apache. I'm using a CMS I wrote myself called Pyplate. The latest version is much more efficient than the version I used in my RPi cluster. The Banana Pi is a lot more powerful than a Raspberry Pi because it has a dual core SoC running at 1GHz, and it's great for web servers because it's got gigabit ethernet. The Banana Pi also has a SATA port, but I'm just using SD cards for simplicity. Check out my site at Banoffee Pi Server.
  2. So I want to cluster 2 pi's but have never done anything like this before. I want to use the pi as just a computer but want more power from it. I can not find anything anywhere telling me what to do. Can somebody tell me? Thanks in advance.

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