SearchOpenSource: Linux Cluster Security: False Alarms and Real Threats
Aug 27, 2006, 08:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by MiMi Yeh)
[ Thanks to Jane Walker for this link.
"How do you go about installing and configuring Linux
"Don Becker: Most Linux distributions are not
set up to be cluster operating systems. However, you can use them
as the basis for 'classic Beowulf' clusters, where a full
distribution is loaded onto each machine. You'll need to add and
configure management utilities and, perhaps, communications
libraries. It is challenging to convert a workstation-oriented or
stand-alone server distribution into a cluster because the
management tools must match the specific distribution..."