CODINE (COmputing in DIstributed Network Environments) is a Resource-Management System targeted to optimize utilization of all software and hardware resources in a heterogeneous networked environment, in particular large workstation clusters with integrated compute servers, such as vector and parallel computers. CODINE provides a batch queueing framework for a large variety of architectures via a GUI-based administration tool. The easy-to-use graphical user interface provides a single-system image of all enterprise-wide resources for the user and also simplifies administration and configuration tasks. Codine also provides dynamic and static load balancing, checkpointing, and supports batch, interactive, and parallel jobs. Evaluation copy is available for Linux(ELF). CODINE was developed by the public domain version DQS.

Current Version:   4.1

License Type:   Commercial

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Source Code Availability: No

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  • Debian Package: No
  • RedHat RPM Package: No
  • Other Packages: ??

Targeted Platforms:

Digital Unix 3.x/4.x/Dec OSF 3.x, Hewlett Packard HP-UX 9.x, HP-UX 10.x, IBM AIX 3.2.5, IBM AIX 4.2 Silicon Graphics IRIX 5.x, Silicon Graphics IRIX 6.x (including O200 and O2000), SUN SunOS 4.1, SUN Solaris 2.5, Parsytec CC
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Software/Hardware Requirements:

CODINE fully supports the Linux Systems based on x86 processors. Other Linux Hardware platforms are not supported yet.

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