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'ClusterIt' is a suite of software to allow easy maintenance of large groups of machines. It does not provide a parallel programing environment, but is used to managing one, or to manage massive server farms. Its features include parallel rsh, parallel copy, parallel virtual xterminals (xterms), and job scheduling facilities for performing parallel compiling. It also has programs to allow barrier syncing in shell scripts.
DocumentationUser manpage available in HTML format from http://www.garbled.net/clusterit.html#manpage
released on 24 May 2005
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