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|OS family||Linux distribution|
|Source model||Free and open-source software|
|Initial release||10 May 2003|
|Update method||APT (several front-ends available)|
|Kernel type||Linux kernel|
|Userland||GNU Core Utilities|
|License||Debian Free Software Guidelines and others|
||It has been suggested that this article be merged into OpenMosix. (Discuss) Proposed since April 2013.|
Traditionally, clustered computing could only be achieved by setting up individual rsh keys, creating NFS shares, editing host files, setting static IPs, and applying kernel patches manually. ClusterKnoppix effectively renders most of this work unnecessary. The distribution contains an autoconfiguration system where new ClusterKnoppix-running computers attached to the network automatically join the cluster.
ClusterKnoppix is a modified Knoppix distro using the OpenMosix kernel.
- http://slashdot.org/story/03/05/29/1336229/clusterknoppix. Missing or empty
- Original page at wayback archive
- Clusterknoppix at distrowatch
- Load-Balancing cluster HowTo using ClusterKnoppix
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