Release Notes: This is a port of openMosix-2.4.19-7 to 2.4.20. Improvements include Load Balancer updates, minor code cleanups, and minor updates. This version is initially only available from CVS.
Release Notes: The most important bug that was fixed in this release is the ext3/initrd problem, which caused machines with ext3 filesystems to not boot. This release compiles and runs with gcc-3.2. The value of HZ was reverted to 100 until the userspace utilities get modified. Makefile changes include openMosix version reporting and minor code cleanups. The /proc interfaces now work with fast machines. Bugs that are still present include a locking problem which occurs when using SMP and /dev/shm, and the reported problem with ln and /mfs.
Release Notes: This release fixes an FPU exception bug that caused nodes to crash, a memory counting error on HIGHMEM machines, a too many open files error, a kernel building bug, statfs reporting for oMFS, and memory leaks in the /proc file system. statfs return values were completed, and arch/i386/kernel/offset.c now handles both read and write pfs. The memory balancer was somewhat fixed, and HZ was increased from 100 to 512. Trace now also works before a process has migrated on runon.
Release Notes: A single node can no longer over-commit memory, making this release much more stable. The balancer has been significantly improved to yield much higher throughput. Kernel latencies have been further reduced. Several bugs in oMFS and the load balancer have been fixed. DFSA is now turned on when oMFS is selected. RPMs are more universal. Auto-discovery has been added, /etc/openmosix.map is no longer needed, and there is a new implementation of tune.
Release Notes: Further decreased kernel latency, more pessimistic memory accounting about future requests, running free pages more often but with less burden, and a fix for the oMFS link resolution problem.
Release Notes: This is the port of openMosix to the 2.4.18 Linux kernel. It also includes a compile-time option to disable the Out Of Memory (OOM) killer. By default, the OOM killer is enabled (also, the RPMs are for OOM killer enabled).
Release Notes: Some files and a directory named mos/mosix have had their name changed hpc. Small fixes and changes were made in MFS and the IEEE 802.2 LLC protocol source.
Release Notes: Fixes for a problem with too many open files, a libpthread segmentation fault problem, and a few races in old MFS code. Load balancing is smoother, and the yardstick is now 1000Mhz.
Release Notes: This is the first release of openMosix for the 2.4.17 kernel and comes after extensive testing on several sites.
Release Notes: This release includes minor bugfixes and new and improved migration for smoother operation.