May 13, 2003

Low Fees, No Fluster, with Today's Linux Cluster

Ken Farmer writes "The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly of Linux Clustering: In my last Linux article, entitled "Low Fees, No Fluster, With Today's Linux Clusters," I provided a brief overview of Linux' expanding role in the HPTC arena as well as in other market segments craving high performance at popular prices. As promised, here's a followup piece that discusses the birth of Linux clustering as well as some of the good and bad points to this new approach to computing on the cheap."



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