MOSIX 1.6.0 for Linux 2.4.18 released
Friday June 07 2002 @ 10:32AM EDT

MOSIX is a software that allows any size Linux cluster of Pentium/AMD workstations and servers to work like a single system. To run in a MOSIX cluster, there is no need to modify or to link applications with any library, or even to assign processes to different nodes, MOSIX does it automatically - just fork and forget, like in an SMP.

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