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NetworkWorld: Mission Critical Linux aims for high-availability clustering

Jul 03, 2000, 21:32 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Deni Connor)

"Mission Critical Linux has launched server-clustering software for enterprise environments that need high-availability and downtime protection. Dubbed Convolo Cluster, the software allows two servers to be clustered in a configuration where both servers are actively operating. Convolo Cluster is platform-independent and will operate on Intel, SPARC, Alpha or MIPS servers."

"Convolo Cluster ships with 60-days of remote, proactive monitoring and includes crash analysis tools that monitor clustered servers, looking for possible problems. The Convolo Cluster can operate on systems running Red Hat, TurboLinux, VA Linux, SuSE, Caldera, Mandrake or Debian Linux."

"Convolo Cluster uses Mission Critical's Kimberlite clustering technology, which the company released under GNU General Public License earlier this month. The source code can be downloaded from Mission Critical's site."

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