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IBM: Cluster Starter Kit for Linux

Sep 14, 2001, 13:03 (2 Talkback[s])

[ Thanks to Kellie for this link. ]

"Cluster Starter Kit for Linux is an application that enables creation and monitoring of a cluster of up to six nodes from a single point of control.

Cluster software enables organizations to build, manage, and expand clusters efficiently. Cluster-ready software from IBM enables any multiple-system solution or cluster to look and act like a single system for end users and system administrators.

Cluster Starter Kit for Linux uses Cluster System Management (CSM) software from IBM. With Cluster Starter Kit for Linux's graphical user interface (GUI), portions of CSM can be easily manipulated. Also provided is an easy way to view the status, change the status, or manipulate the conditions of nodes in a cluster."

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