"MOSIX is a software tool for supporting cluster computing. [At]
the core of the MOSIX technology are adaptive resource sharing
(load-balancing and memory ushering) algorithms and a preemptive
process migration mechanism, that allow a cluster of PCs
(workstations and servers) to work cooperatively as if part of a
single system. The MOSIX software technology provides some SMP/NUMA
functionalities in a scalable cluster of PCs, for the efficient
execution of sequential and parallel applications."
The released configuration supports up to six processors using
Linux kernel 2.2.1.