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Make simple clusters easy with xCAT

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xCAT (Extreme Cluster Administration Toolkit) is a tool kit that can be used for the deployment and administration of complex Linux clusters. It makes simple clusters easy and complex clusters possible. The new release of XCAT v1.2.0-pre6 includes support for Kernel 2.6, JS20 (PPC64), RH Fedora Core 1 and 2, SuSE 9 and 9.1, SystemImager updates and alternative Java support for MPCLI.
 read more | score:6557 | -gham, September 17, 2004
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