jules.stocks at gmail.com
Sat Oct 13 15:04:04 PDT 2007
be careful -- I and two competent friends of mine could never get
certain critical features of clusterit to work on our BSD boxes.
Sometimes, when I think about it, I wish I had gone to Linux.
At other times, I wonder if I should just throw out FreeBSD and go to
something like OS/2, which, in it's final days had the extended
memory models we need.
We don't do any graphics, all we do is crunch numbers, we have 10
machines up now and as I speak, I think 4 more on going on-line.
On Oct 13, 2007, at 12:35 PM, mr. phreak wrote:
> Hi everyone!
> I'm putting together a cluster that is supposed to run ordinary
> applications, mostly X-stuff, firefox, thunderbird etc. I know
> openmosix isn't ported to freebsd, but i was wondering if there is
> something alike. I guess I'm supposed to look for a SSI here right?
> Or is there any way else I could put toghether a cluster for my
> intended use?
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