Provided by: coop-computing-tools_4.0-2_amd64
coop-computing-tools - share resources in a heterogeneous, and unreliable computing environment
The Cooperative Computing Tools (cctools) are a collection of programs designed to assist users with the difficulties of building and managing complex, fault-prone distributed systems. These components are: Parrot - A personal virtual file system. Chirp - A distributed file and storage system. Makeflow - A workflow engine similar to Make. Work Queue - A flexible master-worker library. All-Pairs - A computational abstraction. Wavefront - A computational abstraction. Watchdog - A reliable process manager. ftsh - A fault tolerant shell language. FTP-Lite - A light weight FTP client library.
The coop-computing-tools homepage at http://nd.edu/~ccl/software
coop-computing-tools were written by Douglas Thain and others. This manual page was written by Michael Hanke <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others).