MOSIX is a management system that allows a Linux cluster or a Grid to perform like a single computer with multiple processors. MOSIX Grid and Cluster Management is particularly suitable to run intensive computing and applications with moderate amounts of I/O.
In a MOSIX based system there is no need to modify or to link applications with any library, or even to assign processes to different nodes - it is all done automatically, just fork and forget, like in an SMP.
MOSIX supports dynamic configurations, ranging from partitioning of a cluster among several users to an organizational grid with several clusters.
What's New in This Release:
· This release uses version 2.4.34 of the Linux kernel.