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Wackamole is an application that helps with making a cluster highly available. It manages a bunch of virtual IPs, that should be available to the outside world at all times. Wackamole ensures that a single machine within a cluster is listening on each virtual IP address that Wackamole manages. If it discovers that particular machines within the cluster are not alive, it will almost immediately ensure that other machines acquire these public IPs. At no time will more than one machine listen on any virtual IP. Wackamole also works toward achieving a balanced distribution of number IPs on the machine within the cluster it manages.
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The Linux Cluster Institute (LCI) Conference focus this year was on big clusters. Not necessarily on raw performance per se, but on every other factor required to acquire, host, provision, maintain and achieve scalable performance for systems as a whole.
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Here we are in the age of the cluster and grid, with distributed shared nothing approaches to processing cycles, and we collectively have this rather ironic fixation on shared file systems. This is amusing as one of the critical arguments for distributed
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gLite (pronounced "gee-lite") is the next generation middleware for grid computing. Born from the collaborative efforts of more than 80 people in 12 different academic and industrial research centres as part of the EGEE Project, gLite provides a bleeding-
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MLN (Manage Large Networks) is a virtual machine administration tool designed to build and run virtual machine networks based on Xen and User-Mode Linux. It is ideal for creating virtual network labs for education, testing, hosting or simply playing aroun
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Imagine managing virtual machines and physical machines from the same console and creating pools of machines booted from identical images, one taking over from the other when needed. Imagine booting virtual nodes from the same remote iSCSI disk as physica