[CentOS] clustering

Wed Nov 16 11:07:41 UTC 2011
Alain Péan <alain.pean at lpp.polytechnique.fr>

Le 16/11/2011 04:09, Tony Schreiner a écrit :
> I recommend you check out ROCKS
> http://www.rocksclusters.org
> CentOS based clustering with lots of built in goodness.


I also recommend Rocks Cluster, that I used on my site. Recently, they 
switch to OGS, Open Grid Schduler, the open source version of SGE (there 
is another one too, SoGE, Son of Grid Engine), that does not depend on 
Oracle. In fact, SGE was relaesed by SUN under an open source license, 
SISSL, so open sources derivatives are allowed.

For information, most SGE developpers from Oracle were hired by Univa, a 
company which claimed at first they would develop SGE as open source, 
but are now closing it...


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