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linux clustering with csm and gpfs
Linux Clustering with CSM and GPFS
by Stephen Hochstetler and Bob Beringer ISBN:073849870X
IBM Redbooks 2004 (338 pages)

This IBM Redbook will guide system architects and systems engineers toward an understanding of cluster technology based on the IBM 1350 Linux Cluster that combines IBM xSeries rack-optimized servers running the Linux operating system.

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Linux Clustering with CSM and GPFS
Summary of Changes
Part 1 - Fundamentals
Chapter 1- Clustering Concepts and General Overview
Chapter 2- New Linux Cluster Offering From IBM: Cluster 1350
Chapter 3- Introducing Cluster Systems Management for Linux
Chapter 4- Introducing General Parallel File System for Linux
Part 2 - Implementation and Administration
Chapter 5- Cluster Installation and Configuration with CSM
Chapter 6- Cluster Management with CSM
Chapter 7- GPFS Installation and Configuration
Chapter 8- Managing the GPFS Cluster
Chapter 9- Migrating xCat Clusters to CSM
Part 3 - Appendixes
Appendix A- SRC and RSCT
Appendix B- Common Facilities
Appendix C- Migrating to GPFS 1.3 From Earlier Versions
Appendix D- Planning Worksheets
Abbreviations and Acronyms
Related Publications
List of Figures
List of Tables
List of Examples


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Linux Clustering with CSM and GPFS
Linux Clustering With Csm and Gpfs
ISBN: 073849870X
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2003
Pages: 123
Authors: IBM Redbooks © 2008-2017.
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