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Raspberry Pi Cluster - A minimal setup to experiment with failure scenarios

Last night while reading Starting Small: Set Up a Hadoop Compute Cluster Using Raspberry Pis, I went from “Smells like geeky waste of time”, to “Hmmm, actually this might teach you how to setup a cluster”, to “wow, this setup might actually be the easiest way to experiment and learn about different failure scenarios: network latency, network failure, slow I/O, memory pressure”.

Original title and link: Raspberry Pi Cluster - A minimal setup to experiment with failure scenarios (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)