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Apr
5
comment multiple ldap servers for authentication or other posix data
This proxy idea is what I meant to fish out by my "other suggestions" paragraph. So thanks for that! But how?
Apr
5
asked multiple ldap servers for authentication or other posix data
Jan
16
awarded  Supporter
Jan
16
accepted MX records and CNAMEs
Jan
16
comment MX records and CNAMEs
Thank, exactly as you say. It works without any MX for alias wee
Jan
14
comment MX records and CNAMEs
thanks for the response. It makes sense, I'll accept this answer but let's give a while for other answers to come in for Q1.
Jan
14
comment MX records and CNAMEs
Yeah but, can you answer this in the context of first question?
Jan
14
asked MX records and CNAMEs
Jan
22
comment stable, recent, free single system image solution for linux
that's right, "virtual" as in the dictionary, not as in virtualisation. Although, I am not the only one "mis"using it. cf. LVS. so you suggest removing "virtualserver" tag?. be my guest.
Jan
22
awarded  Scholar
Jan
22
comment stable, recent, free single system image solution for linux
ok. I'll post another perhaps. but let this question stand on its own: I wonder, even if it is insane, whether there is anyone using SSI for load-balancing (and NOT running HPC apps), and which of these systems would be worth looking at.
Jan
22
comment stable, recent, free single system image solution for linux
this is a good answer too, but it seems I can only pick one.
Jan
22
accepted stable, recent, free single system image solution for linux
Jan
22
comment stable, recent, free single system image solution for linux
thanks for reading my mind. you're right, I am asking the wrong question. Although, not knowing much here, I am not sure how database coherency (wrong terminology here probably, but still..) is achieved with this. i.e can a database (or a single schema in a say in MySQL) be distributed, and load-balanced, and coherent? sry, can't find a better way to ask this, hope you see where I am getting at..
Jan
22
awarded  Student
Jan
22
comment stable, recent, free single system image solution for linux
I am not sure if you are answering what I am asking, either. But it sure doesn't sound like it. I am looking for a combination of hardware (cluster) acting (virtually) as a single server with a lot of memory and many CPUs. Or perhaps one level below, support load-balanced process migration (as in mosix), and such.
Jan
22
asked stable, recent, free single system image solution for linux