But.. how old is FC2? .. were now in FC6... FC2 was released in 18th of May, 2004.. that's quite a long time ago...

Just saying this because I really like the SSI ideia, but it seems a "abandoned" solution..
things like OpenSSI  + afs + linux 2.6, updated and in a live system (such has a unix general purpose shell acounts machine, to replace "single system with internal redundancy") are highly "experimental".. and unwise or risky to be made .
Not to mention wanting to use amd64 has a base arquitecture (or with Xen), or any other arch.. for that matter..

Best regards, I really would like to see this moving forward at a faster pace..


On 10/28/06, Roger Tsang <roger.tsang@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi,

At the moment we're targetting #3 (for Fedora first).  Since there
aren't too many userspace tools to port to OpenSSI when upgrading the
distro, #3 is higher priority.  We're also coming out with SSI-1.2.3
release for FC2 which should fix some issues with failover and
Apache2.

Roger


On 10/28/06, Grok Mogger <linuximp@gmail.com> wrote:
> I've looked around on the web a lot for HPC clustering
> solutions, and I was drawn to OpenSSI because it looked like the
> best of what I've seen.  But this mailing list barely sees any
> use at all, and the project doesn't seem all that "alive".  In
> fact, none of the HPC clustering projects I've looked at seem
> all that active.  Can anyone suggest a good one?  I'm ideally
> looking for something that...
>
> 1) Stays current.  (That is, it's up to date.  It doesn't refer
> to Sarge as "testing", etc.)
>
> 2) Provides a true Single Server Image (like OpenSSI).
>
> 3) Is as working and bug free as can be reasonably expected.
> Something on the level of the stability of the major Linux
> distributions.
>
> OpenSSI seems to have the best combination of the three from
> what I've seen, but it's still not quite the level I was hoping
> to find.
>
> Thanks,
> - GM
>
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