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High Performance Linux News for Jul 03, 2000

  • Linux Journal: Understudy [Review] (Jul 03, 2000, 22:36)
    "Understudy is a software-based server clustering utility that implements load balancing and failover protection for Linux (Red Hat, Debian and Slackware), Solaris, Cobalt, FreeBSD and Windows NT."

  • NetworkWorld: Mission Critical Linux aims for high-availability clustering (Jul 03, 2000, 21:32)
    "Convolo Cluster uses Mission Critical's Kimberlite clustering technology, which the company released under GNU General Public License earlier this month."

  • ZDNet UK: SCO cuts clustering costs (Jul 03, 2000, 12:57)
    "Scott Allen, who leads SCO's Project Monterey Unix, dismissed the Linux threat. "Linux isn't suitable for the enterprise database, it's more suitable for the low transaction-value server environment," he said."

  • CRN: ASPs Turn To Linux, Even Without 99.99% Availability (Jul 03, 2000, 12:41)
    "Many ASPs and other companies in the new economy are turning to Linux for their Internet infrastructure . . . even though, when it comes to achieving high availability in enterprise computing, "Linux is not there yet," said Jon "maddog" Hall last week at PC Expo."