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Re: [K12OSN] OT: Hardware question for thin client

The problem with that is if an openmoxis node is rebooted, it will generally kill the application and hang the machine that it was launched from. A server cluster makes much more sense for things like this.
James Jensen wrote:

--- Julius Szelagiewicz <julius turtle com> wrote:

On Sun, 8 Jun 2003, Dennis Daniels wrote:

Is anyone using Open Mosix to create render farms for chemical chain
renderings/ video/ 3D? I'm of the mind that the more 'super-computers'
in a school the more likely students will try to max it out...

the sane way is to use the *servers* for the cluster and to keep
the clients simple and cheap. The justification is rather simple: serers
stay up, terminals wink in and out of existence. beefing up the servers
makes sense - all gain advantage, beefing up terminals yields no real
advantage. think *thin* terminal *fat* severs. julius

...and openMosix cluster the "fat servers" on the backend! Surely someone out there is at least doing that!!

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