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IBM CSM Cluster Tool Axed on Linux in Favor of Open source xCAT

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October 22, 2009, 10:45 am

Timothy Prickett Morgan is reporting today at The Register that IBM is moving away from its proprietary CSM cluster tool, at least on Linux.

IBM logoIBM tapped xCAT as its future clustering tool for HPC setups as part of this week’s Dynamic Infrastructure blitz, where the company made a number of storage, networking, and systems management announcements. Because there are loads of customers still using CSM on Power and x64 systems, IBM is giving them plenty of warning that CSM is going the way of all flesh...

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