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Re: Clustering With Fedora



On Fri, 22 Oct 2004 13:58:22 +0200, Samuel Díaz García
<samueldg arcoscom com> wrote:
> Dear guys,
>  We are looking for a working solution to have a cluster (HA) under Fedora
> Core distro.
>  Does anybody know how to? Any link?
> 
>  We have this in mind: LVS + Kimberlite. What do you think about it?
> 
> Thanks in advance,
> 
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Try googling for beowulf clusters.  These clusters can be built on
just about any form of UNIX/Linux.  If you're looking for High
Availability (HA) though, I would not recommend Fedora.  While I
haven't had any major stability problems with my desktop/server at
home (running FC2 with a few development updates), I would tend to
lean towards something that is a little less modular, and
traditionally more stable.  Ultimately, this will depend on your
ability, time and dedication level.  I would recommend a BSD (Free,
Open) or Solaris if you want true HA with a free OS.

-- 
Charlie Heselton
Network Security Engineer


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