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I am a newbee to clustering.
Here is wht am planning to Build a Cluster using Linux As Master and windows NT as slave. Being on the intial stage now.
Somewhere I read Co liux(on linux machine) does not support windows NT is it true ?
Dr Bill C Riemers
I do not know what you mean by Master and Slave. coLinux is always run as a "guest" OS. Either Windows or Linux may be used as the host OS. Most people use Windows XP as the "host" OS, but you can use Window NT.
For clustering, I would not recommend using "coLinux". Rather you want Linux to be the "host" OS. If you want Windows NT as a guest, you need to look at virtual machine solutions. Most enterprise environments use VMWARE, but if you are a budget there are other solutions available. If you have no budget available, then you might try using qemu.