"The one area in which Linux still starves for attention is in the realm of lightweight, easily configured, affordable high-availability -- a general-purpose cluster. A general-purpose, high availability cluster must be "application agnostic" -- it should not care what runs on it, whether it be Web server, mail server, database server, or any future, yet-unknown type of service. The cluster should give a uniform style of operation no matter what application is running. In response to this, I have written TKCluster (when I initially wrote it, I couldn't think of a good name for it, so I just prefixed "cluster" with my initials)."
(Submitted by Noel Tue Jun 15, 2004 )
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