Kamran Karimi wrote in linux-kernel:
This is to announce that DIPC (Distributed Inter-process
Communication) test version 1.1b is now available for downloading.
This package patches Linux kernel 2.2.1.
DIPC can be used to create clusters (multi-computers) of Linux
machines. It works by making System V IPC mechanisms (Shared
Memories, Semaphores and Messages) work over a network. DIPC
provides (among other things) Transparent Distributed Shared Memory
(TDSM). This means that processes can read and write to a shared
memory with no need for any synchronization.
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