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Linux Clustering Building and Maintaining Linux Clusters





Table of Contents
Copyright
About the Author
About the Technical Reviewers
Acknowledgments
Tell Us What You Think
Introduction
Part I: An Overview of Clustering for Linux, Preparing Your Network, and Linux Servers
Chapter 1. Clustering Fundamentals
Clustering for the Enterprise
Clusters Aren’t Just for High Performance Anymore
SMP and the Primary Processor Paradigm
Quick and Dirty Clustering
Alternate File Systems
Networking 101 for Clusters
Summary
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Chapter 2. Preparing Your Linux Cluster
Planning the Topology
Select the Right Distribution
Planning the Environment
A Few Words About Security
Developing a Backup Policy
Summary
Chapter 3. Installing and Streamlining the Cluster
Setting Up the DHCP Server
Unattended Red Hat Install with Kickstart
SystemImager
Post-Installation Procedures
Summary

Chapter 4. Alternative File Systems
Ext2 Under a Microscope
Loopback File Systems
The Ext3 File System
ReiserFS
The Logical Volume Manager
Summary
Part II: Building Clusters

Chapter 5. High Availability and Fault-Tolerant Clusters
Haven’t We Heard of This Somewhere Before?
Heartbeat Connectivity
Houston: We Have a Problem
Putting It All Together
Summary

Chapter 6. Load Balancing
What Is This Load Balancing Thing, Anyway?
Balance
Eddie Mission
Configuring the Enhanced DNS Server
Linux Virtual Server
Summary

Chapter 7. Distributed Computing
One For All, and All For One
Distributed File Sharing
Distributed Denial of Service
Condor
Mosix, Kernel-Based Distributed Computing
Using Diskless Clients with Mosix
Summary

Chapter 8. Parallel Computing
Parallel Computing in a Nutshell
Cluster Installation
Summary
Part III: The Care and Feeding of a Cluster

Chapter 9. Programming a Parallel Cluster
Coarse Granularity in a Finely Granular World
Programming in a Clustered Environment
MPI
Summary

Chapter 10. Cluster Management
Learn to Use the Right Tools
Configuring syslogd for Your Cluster
General-Purpose Reporting with mon
Big Brother Is Watching
Summary
Chapter 11. Recovering When Disaster Str ikes
Troubleshooting Through Layers
Helpful Tools to Diagnose Your Cluster
When Worse Comes to Worst
This Too Shall Pass
Summary
Part IV: Appendixes
Appendix A. Cluster Resources
Designing a Cluster
Linux File Systems
Monitors
High Availability Clusters
Parallel Clusters
Load Balanced Clusters
Distributed Clusters
Appendix B. Kickstart Options

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