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RE: [Linux-cluster] Clustering Tutorial

There is lots of information on liinux out there on the net. Specially if you do a search on Linux Documentation, there is a website for that too.
From there you can go to the cluster. But imagine a cluster in linux as a
cluster in AIX, Solaris, HPUX or Tru64. '


From: dave first <linux4dave gmail com>
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Subject: [Linux-cluster] Clustering Tutorial
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Hey Guys,

I'm a unix geek going waaaay back, but I haven't been administering Linux.
I've taken a job where all the *nix systems are Linux (most RH). There are
two clusters. I know nada about clusters.

In my experience, when I jump into something w/o learning the basics, I'm
always on a learning curve. So, I need to learn basics about Linux
Clustering, including terminology - like what is "fencing?"

Are there any good online sources you could point me to? Reading this list,
I know I could understand a lot more if I had the terminology down...


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