Release Notes: This port to Linux 2.6 is a rewrite of openMosix that includes the first port of openMosix to the AMD Opteron. openMosix 2.6 moves much of the patch's code from the kernel to user space. This brings a very significant improvement which provides improved performance, makes user land tools easier to implement, and most significantly, simplifies porting to new kernel versions including AMD Opteron, Intel EM64T, and PowerPPC.
Release Notes: This is the port to Linux kernel 2.4.26. oMFS has been removed as of this release.
Release Notes: Ported to Linux 2.4.22, bugfixes and enhancements to oMFS, arch/i386/kernel/ and page fault handling for newer kernels, dentry handling on remote node under mfs/dfsa fixes, cleanup on mm/mmap.c, and a moslimit patch for userspace-tools compatibility.
Release Notes: This is the port to 2.4.21 and also includes an oMFS fix and a moslimit patch for userspace-tools compatibility.
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: 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: 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).