On 7/18/10, Les Mikesell <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Rajagopal Swaminathan wrote:
>> On 7/17/10, Les Mikesell <email@example.com> wrote:
> Or did you mean that CentOS should have an equivalent to match the Ubuntu
Exactly. and I poised to do that as Centos x86_64 was attached thanks
to this month's Linux for You magazine's usual attachment CD/DVD.
> You probably could, but it would be a lot more work.
Of course, and I am willing to share my work with this list along with
whatever income that incurr with it.
(Moderator: Kindly hange the subject line restrict my posting rights
if I have erred)
> Distributed (super) computing normally involves techniques that break the work
> up into independent units. If a node doesn't complete a unit it can be given to
> a different node.
I know that.
> Storage, on the other hand, needs to be reliable. The hadoop project is an
> approach at distribution, but the interface is hard to deal with.
Indeed and of course.
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