MOSIX can manage Linux clusters and multi-cluster private Clouds.
Main cluster features
Provides a single-system image.
Automatic resource discovery.
Dynamic workload distribution.
Direct communication between migrated processes.
Migrated (guest) processes run in a sandbox.
Automatic installation and configuration.
Additional multi-cluster private cloud features
Clusters can join or leave at any time.
Guest processes move out before disconnecting a cluster.
Clusters can be shared symmetrically or asymmetrically.
Supports different priorities to guest processes.
Can run in VM or non-VM environments.
VMs can run on Linux or Windows.
Obtaining a copy
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For all Linux distributions
The latest distribution is
Configuration and installation instructions are included in the
distribution README and in the
Guides and Manuals
Older MOSIX-3 distributions can be found
Older MOSIX-2 distributions for 32/64-bit architectures can be found