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High Performance Linux News for Mar 20, 2001

  • ComputerWorld: IBM adding supercomputer features to Linux server line (Mar 20, 2001, 23:42)
    "With the new features, IBM's Linux users will gain the ability to remotely power on or off individual nodes in a cluster...as well as the ability to add user IDs from a single console, all at once rather than individually."

  • ServerWatch: IBM Releases eServer Clusters for Unix, Linux (Mar 20, 2001, 20:32)
    "The Linux clusters are designed for e-businesses that deploy numerous "rack-and-stack" servers on the fly, as well as enterprises that need massive processing power to tackle complex problems. These companies include, ISPs and ASPs with huge server farms; financial services companies looking to consolidate workloads and integrate services; and life sciences firms that need massive computing power to analyze genetic data, design new drugs, and solve difficult science problems."

  • InfoWorld.com: IBM brings high-end AIX clustering software to Linux (Mar 20, 2001, 16:31)
    "Adding higher calliber bullets to its server gun pointed at Sun Microsystems, IBM on Tuesday announced it is bringing its high-end AIX clustering software, referred to as Blue Hammer, over to work under Linux."