a simple network load balancing system.
Intrepid is a simple load balancing system, which can be used on a network of computers to determine the least loaded machine, and then spawn new processes on it as required. This can be used in a network scenario to allow low end machine to take advantage of high end machines when running intensive software. Please note that this uses the X-Windows system for remote task execution, and will not work without this.
released on 8 May 2009
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