> Is anyone doing any work on adding high availability clustering to Linux.
> I know there are high performance clusters out there, but they don't address
> any availability issues.
The reason why NOBODY addresses that issue is sinply, because it was
and still is
part of the UNIX operation system philosophy. People coming from the OS
of DOS Mircosoft has put them into have a change for an enlightening
by using a free U*ix OS like LINUX that clustering question has been
solved long time
ago before third party software companys try to fix the imaturity of the
All what you need on drivers is part of the LINUX (or other Unix)
Install your favourite LINUX distribution on your PC boxes and read the
instruction how to use NFS mounts, NIS (network information system)
and an automounter like amd (Redhat for example comes with a ready to
You will learn after some time, that LINUX is THE operation system, you
dreamed about and Microsoft denied us to give.