CHAOS (Linux clustering)
CHAOS (Clustered High Availability Operating System) is a Linux distribution produced within the Livermore Computing center at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. It augments the standard Red Hat Enterprise Linux distribution with kernel modifications and user-space tools to support HPC (high-performance computing) clustering. This means that it helps to bring multiple computers together to run as one; numerously increasing the power of an everyday computer.  It is used on Linux clusters within the Livermore Computing center. 
- "Linux at Livermore: Projects". Retrieved 2007-10-22.
- "Linux at Livermore: Production Clusters". Retrieved 2007-10-22.
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