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Old 11-14-2005, 08:46 AM   #1
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Sorry if this is not the right forum. But I was interested in knowing about really very large scale installations of linux. Also is that type of h/w commercially avaiable, say disks of size 1TB and
so forth, and really hugh databases for MySQL existant. Just curious A few sites would be helpful.
I am aware of sourceforge, but I am not sure about the category.Also there is the efficient use of
linux clusters, but are these clustes all PC based. I know that bigger is not necessarily better always,
but linux should be suited for large m/c 's as well.
 
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Welcome to LQ I have moved your thread to Linux-General, as this thread fits better there.
 
  


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