[Lvlug] Linux Clustering
russ.barrows at gmail.com
Mon Jul 18 16:18:07 EDT 2005
I seem to remember a discussion at the North Texas LUG....
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On 7/18/05, jmm <jmcnam at speakeasy.net> wrote:
> just throwing a net out here...
> anybody...work with/exposed to/manage/handed/installed a computing cluster
> (of any size, shape and/or type) with GNU/Linux ? I'm on a cluster kick at
> the moment (workplace driven, the boss is asking/tossing terms about HA,
> failover, shared storage stuff on our main business app - mostly casual,
> 'PHB language' at the moment). Been going through the stuff at the OSCAR
> site...http://oscar.openclustergroup.org/. Did the LUG ever kick around
> having someone talk about clustering ? Anyone ever do a home 'basement'
> cluster experiment they'd be willing to share notes about ? From what I can
> see, GNU/Linux seems to grabbing most of the clustering news lately.
> ps - aside, did listen in to TLLTS show Wed night from a Fall River area
> Marriot (no-hassle wifi there btw)...any chance the 'Chief Slacker' himself,
> Patrick V might be scheduled to call in to TLLTS ? Just a thought...
> oh, and this today, via LXer:
> "Life is Good When You're a Slacker"
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