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© February 2000 Tony Lawrence

In Search Of Clusters- Second Edition

If you want a quick overview of clusters, read my Unixware 7 Non stop Clusters. If you want to really dig in to the subject, get this book.

First of all, this is just packed full of information. Secondly, its fun to read-actually funny in spots, and always enjoyable. Gregory covers distributed computing thoroughly, in great detail, and in a style that is both undertandable for the uninitiated and yet not boring for more experienced readers. I wish all technical books were this good.

Tony Lawrence 2000/02/03 Rating: 4.5

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