[ANNOUNCE] linux-cluster list

From: Rik van Riel (riel@conectiva.com.br)
Date: Wed Feb 28 2001 - 10:40:44 EST

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	[on general clustering stuff]
On Tue, 27 Feb 2001, David L. Nicol wrote:
> Is there a good list to discuss this on?  Is this the list?
> Which pieces of clustering-scheme patches would be good to have?

I know each of the cluster projects have mailing lists, but I've never heard of a list where the different projects come together to eg. find out which parts of the infrastructure they could share, or ...

Since I agree with you that we need such a place, I've just created a mailing list:


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I hope that we'll be able to split out some infrastructure stuff from the different cluster projects and we'll be able to put cluster support into the kernel in such a way that we won't have to make the choice which of the N+1 cluster projects should make it into the kernel...


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