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Old 02-23-2005, 08:50 PM   #1
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Mosix vs. openMosix


what's the difference between mosix and openmosix(if there is one)? I'm looking into building a cluster and I am wondering what the difference is?
 
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According to the website, mosix is a previously open source (now proprietary) project that allows inter-node process migration, load-balancing, resource-sharing, etc.--essentially it allows for the creation of a networked, giant multi-CPU computer on which applications can run transparently. OpenMosix does the same things, and supposidly is better at them, and is (as implied by the name), open source.
 
  


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