Is MOSIX the easiest way to build a redundant system?

I’m trying to figure out the easiest way to build a server with HA.

I looked into Linux-HA, Heartbeat, Mesos.

I then found MOSIX. I don’t know if it’s a thing from the past that no one uses, but wouldn’t make it a no-brainer to create a high-availability cluster that would be totally transparent to the software (and therefore easier to setup and configure)?

Thanks in advance.


Mosix has a different purpose. It’s meant for parallel systems for HPC (high performance computing), not as a high availability solution.

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