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Linux++:::: MS w2k clustering; and the OSS equivalent?
Posted at 03.Feb,2005 10:05  Comments 0 / Trackbacks 0 / Like this post!
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I'm attending the MS w2k Clustering. Today is the second day.

Here's what I've learnt:

  • w2k clustering consists of Network Load Balancing (NLB) and clustering proper.

  • NLB comes free with w2k advance server

  • clustering service is free with w2k advance server


In the OSS world, there's a lot of NLBs. LVS and its derivatives (keepalived, piranha etc) comes to mind.

However, I'm hard pressed for the clustering solution. What I've found (http://lcic.org) does not equal what MS offers.

http://www.phy.duke.edu/~rgb/Beowulf/beowulf_book/beowulf_book/node8.html has these COWs, POPs, NOWs. In that perspective, where is MS cluster?

It's a different breed, the OSS solutions, methinks.

I may have overlooked something...
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