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Name: David Santo Orcero
Member since: 2002-02-20 09:34:08
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David Santo Orcero has been Linux administrator, professor at some Universities, and has been granted to research on some bioinformatics and solid state physics projects.

He has written more than 300 papers; and he had given over 30 talks on biochemistry and computing science congress about clustering and its aplications on bioinformatics and solid state physics, and genetic algorithms applied to biophysics and solid state physics.

During the fork between the non-free project Mosix and the free software project OpenMosix, and during the year afterwards he has been developer and maintainer of OpenMosix userland tools, and has contributed to the OpenMosix Linux kernel with some bugfixes of race conditions.

He has experience with building and administrating of some kind of clusters, like Beowulf, Mosix, LVS and OpenMosix, heartbeat and SP/2 clusters. He has also experience with Cisco routers, and lots of Unix flavours -Linux, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, AIX, IRIX, SunOS and Solaris, between others-. He can develop under C, C++, and Perl, and have experience on some APIs -Sockets, PVM, MPI, RPC, Posix, KDE/QT, OpenView and X11-. He also knows Java and PHP. He can administrate databases, and he has a long experience with PostgreSQL, MySQL, and Oracle. He has experience on security consulting. He can configure firewalls and VPNs.

He is de developer of the free DICOM viewer kradview.

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Moshe said to me a short typo on credits.

I have corrected it, repackage and going to sleep.

I left the issue of the version of userland tools for tomorrow.

Finnaly, I have released the userland tools of OpenMosix. They are here.

Moshe said to me he is going to give to me CVS access to OpenMosix repository; so when I have this access, I can put there all the stuff.

Too much work yesterday... no time to joy (hacking)

20 Feb 2002 (updated 20 Feb 2002 at 09:59 UTC) »

Well, doing my normal work at sysadm and Perl coder...

Today I will try to finish a first version of the new userland tools.

I took the old Mosix userland tools, and I did new makefiles to adapt to the fact that it can be used with the OpenMosix project, and to do easier to maintain it.

I want also to do easier to configure the tools, not to force to be the OpenMosix kernel source in "/usr/src", and giving the posibility of using "/proc/mos" or "/proc/hpc" as the control directory.

Some of this changes were done this weekend, but I need a little bit more of work. Maybe in one or two days, it will be done...

Well, this is the first entry. I was asked for some friend to do this, and I can not think why I do not should do it. :-)


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