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1.2 stable releases
  • Introduction
  • Note: There is a bug in the 1.2.0 release that prevents clusters larger than 32 nodes from forming. This has been fixed in the 1.2.1 release.
  • Note: There is a bug in the 1.2.1 release that prevents nodes from joining the cluster after initnode failover. This has been fixed in the 1.2.2 release.
OpenSSI 1.2.2 for Fedora Core 2
OpenSSI 1.2.2 for Debian Sarge
OpenSSI 1.2.2 for Red Hat 9
  • Note: The Red Hat 9 version of OpenSSI is deprecated, and should only be used for upgrading from an existing 1.0.0 installation.
  • Read release notes
  • Upgrading from 1.0.0 or 1.1.x for Red Hat 9
    • Check that the installed version of glibc is equal to or greater than 2.3.2-27.9.7
        $ rpm -q glibc
    • If the installed glibc is < 2.3.2-27.9.7, download openssi-rh9-1.2.0-glibc.i686.tar (21M) and install
        $ tar -xf openssi-rh9-1.2.0-glibc.i686.tar
        $ cd openssi-rh9-1.2.0-glibc.i686
        $ ./install
    • Run the upgrade
        $ tar -xf openssi-rh9-1.2.2.i686.tar
        $ cd openssi-rh9-1.2.2.i686
        $ ./upgrade
  • Download now (25M)
  • You can download a RPM of the kernel source (41M) for doing things like building third-party drivers against it. This kernel source is the same for all distro variants of OpenSSI. Simply install it and you can find the source under /usr/src/linux-2.4-ssi.
OpenSSI 1.2.0+ for KNOPPIX 3.6
By far, the easiest to install version of OpenSSI!! Just download the ISO image, burn to CD, and boot the first node from the CD. Other nodes can network boot using the first node as a boot server. See the README for more information.
1.9 development releases
OpenSSI 1.9.2 for Fedora Core 3
OpenSSI 1.9.1 for Fedora Core 3
OpenSSI 1.9.1 for Debian Sarge
OpenSSI 1.9.0 for Debian Sarge

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