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LinuxPR: Linux NetworX Introduces ClusterWorX... Making Computer Cluster Management Easy

Jul 11, 2000, 00:06 (1 Talkback[s])

"Linux NetworX, Inc., a leading provider of large-scale clustered computer solutions for Internet, industry and research fields, announced today the release of its cluster management software, ClusterWorX version 1.2. ClusterWorX allows users of Linux NetworX cluster systems to control the cluster as one single system and provides remote monitoring and management capabilities."

"This first version of ClusterWorX allows users to easily manage small to extremely large clusters, up to thousands of processors," said Glen Lowry, president and CEO of Linux NetworX. "ClusterWorX makes the management of a clustered computer extremely user friendly."

"ClusterWorX provides users with an easy-to-use graphical user interface (GUI) featuring both command line and HTML. Other management tools include remote access, disk cloning and serial access to nodes, including remote monitoring and resetting of individual nodes without effecting the uptime of the entire system. Disk cloning is a valuable feature for large cluster systems because it allows software and other updates to be installed on one node and automatically distributed to the entire system. Features are architecture-independent with support for any standard ATX or XATX motherboard."

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