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LinuxPR: Mission Critical Linux Announces Full NFS-Support For Their Convolo Cluster Software

Dec 18, 2000, 17:01 (0 Talkback[s])

"Mission Critical Linux, Inc. today announced the immediate availability of Convolo Cluster Version 1.2, the only Linux cluster solution on the market that fully supports Network File System (NFS) failover. By incorporating such critical functionality into their advanced cluster technology, Mission Critical Linux, Inc. brings yet another business-critical solution to the enterprise."

"A prominent innovator in Linux cluster technology, Mission Critical Linux, Inc. launched the first Linux-specific cluster solution that provided high availability while guaranteeing data integrity. Convolo Version 1.2 is being released on the heels of the first version, and signals the continued strong commitment the company is making to high availability Linux solutions for the enterprise. Full NFS failover support, including support for NFS locking protocols and the complete set of authentication and privileges, addresses the stringent requirements of Linux deployments, which require continuous network filesystem access."

"The Convolo cluster is built from the ground up on Linux, and is certified on all major Linux distributions. The shared storage architecture supports SCSI and Fibre Channel, complete Quorum-based data integrity, active-passive and active-active failover configurations, highly available NFS and Apache services and out of the box database applications such as Oracle, DB2, MySQL, and NFS. In addition, Mission Critical Linux, Inc. has qualified their cluster on the IA-32 and IA-64 architectures."

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