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The github code's createimage command is the recommended way, however, I
haven't made a new release out of this code yet. You're welcome to try
out the latest code; it's very close to ready. The config has been
enhanced quite a bit past the previous 0.90.1 version so you'll
certainly want to look at the docs in github:
The *.rst files are the raw text documents. These docs are also
available on the web here:
I'm in the process of cleaning up the code in github and finishing up
some documentation for a new release that supports multiple clusters,
multiple ebs volumes, cluster 'plugins' that allow users to write their
own custom setup routines on top of starcluster's defaults, automated
EBS volume creation (including partition/format), and more.
If you could also report any issues (either bugs or usability issues)
with the github code to this list I'd appreciate it.
On 04/14/2010 11:39 AM, Thomas Deselaers wrote:
> Dear all,
> I am a new (since today) StarCluster user and I already managed to get
> a few things done (start my "own" cluster, run jobs, etc). The
> documentation is really fine (and I know SGE from the past).
> Now I would like to modify the starcluster AMIs to my needs.
> In the mailinglist I found various references to a create_image.py
> script, which I cannot find: neither in the mist recent stable version
> (0.90.1) nor in the git-version.
> In the git version, I found the command `createimage' for starcluster
> (starcluster -h), and assume that this is the replacement. Now I am
> wondering if this is the recommended way at the moment or if there are
> better choices.
> Best, and thanks for making star cluster available.
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