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Submission + - DIM for Linux Clusters

Adi Lane writes: Distributed Image Management (DIM) is a scalable image management tool that allows blades to run a Linux distribution over the network without a local disk; no modifications to the image are required. DIM allows for fast incremental maintenance of thousands of images in seconds. It also provides an XML file that describes the cluster network and naming taxonomy.

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