IBM releases xCat 1.2 for complex Linux Clusters
Tuesday January 25 2005 @ 04:21PM EST

xCAT (Extreme Cluster Administration Toolkit) is a toolkit 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 Version 1.2.0-pre8 provides major enhancements for IPMI-based service processors and support for Werewolf-style, diskless computation nodes. ChangeLog.pdf contains in-depth details of the update.

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