[CI] Thus this fit our requirment documentation
Tue, 07 Aug 2001 01:37:54 -0700
The link: http://www.sun.com/clusters/dh.brown.pdf
Appears to be out-of-date. Do know of a copy elsewhere?
Peter Badovinatz wrote:
> --- Aneesh Kumar <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Hi ,
> > Found this document. I gives a detailed analysis of
> > what actually one look in a cluster. Can we see Linux
> > listing in some of these studies in another 2-3
> > years.
> > http://tru64unix.compaq.com/dhba_ras.pdf
> Take a look at http://www.linux-ha.org/. This document, and the same report
> from 1998 (http://www.sun.com/clusters/dh.brown.pdf), both by D.H. Brown, are
> both referenced there. You'll also see a rather over-optimistic statement
> there in the paragraph:
> <begin quote>
> "We are on the road to being competitive with commercial systems similar to
> those described in D. H. Brown's 1998 or March 2000 analysis of RAS cluster
> features and functions. As noted below, we have added a new project to port
> SGI's FailSafe product to Linux. This will help accelerate the process
> significantly. It seems possible for Linux HA software to achieve D. H. Brown
> level of competitiveness in 2001."
> <end quote>
> Are we there as of 2001? IMHO, no. But if you read linux-ha.org and follow
> the various links, especially discussions related to directions and frameworks,
> then we may see our way to making it to that future.
> > -aneesh
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