3.9 Summary

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3.9 Summary

CSM provides many useful functions to manage a cluster from a single point of control. This chapter has given a general overview of the architecture and functions of CSM.

The primary facilities provided by CSM include:

  • Resource monitoring and operation

  • Remote hardware control

  • Remote command execution

  • Configuration File Management

  • Parallel network installation

Details related to the installation and use of CSM are provided in Chapter 5, "Cluster installation and configuration with CSM" on page 99 and Chapter 6, "Cluster management with CSM" on page 149.

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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

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