On Sun, Feb 04, 2001 at 01:21:21AM +0000, Niall O Broin mentioned:
> I'm currently researching cluster/high availability solutions. Kate pointed
> me to linuxvirtualserver.org which looks quite interesting, but is in the
> early stages of development. Turbo Linux Cluster Server 6 looks quite
> interesting - have any of you had a look at it ? Have any of you used
> anything else in that area ?
Not yet. However, depending on what sort of a hurry you are in, we've
just bought 6 machines here for a "HA testing lab", so we can see what
sort of stuff works, and what doesn't. I'll know by the end of the week :)
I've done a good bit of reading over the last while, and it seems that
SGI's "Linux FailSafe" project looks useful.
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