Home > Linux > Linux Clustering with MOSIX Linux Clustering with MOSIX Submitted by Frank 2003-05-19 Linux 6 Comments This tutorial explains what it is, how you go about cluster-enabling your Linux system, and how you can benefit from setting up a cluster. By the end of this article, you will have set up your own MOSIX cluster. About The Author Eugenia Loli Ex-programmer, ex-editor in chief at OSNews.com, now a visual artist/filmmaker. Follow me on Twitter @EugeniaLoli 6 Comments 2003-05-19 8:32 pm Anonymous Take a look to http://openmosix.sourceforge.net/ also! 2003-05-19 9:10 pm Anonymous Can you imagine a Beowolf cluster of MOSIX clusters? 2003-05-19 9:43 pm Anonymous Qlusters.com , located in Tel-aviv , Israel is a company that distributes openMosix. Its CTO Moshe Bar is the founder of openMosix. 2003-05-20 1:08 am Anonymous To see the tutorial? 2003-05-20 4:22 am Anonymous …i helped setting up a MOSIX cluster on a former employer. It was way cool. Sure we haven’t found any use for, but indeed our team have so much fun MOSIX is an interesting idea. Great to see it’s flourishing. 2003-05-20 10:17 am Anonymous Yes, register with them – it’s free – and you get access to a whole range of useful *high quality* articles written by IBM staffers and others. And they’ll send you a 4 CD pack stuffed full of Linux goodies. It’s not like registering to read the NYTimes and finding a load of made up stories! 🙂 I’ve no interest in IBM, just really pleased with the stuff they’re doing with Linux.