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Can I get a little MapReduce from my Debian people?

Though there are a few clustering tools available, as well as several distributed filesystems (GFS, GlusterFS, OCFS2, and Lustre), shockingly, I could not find any implementation of MapReduce available in the Debian repositories. More here

In all fairness, Debian does include CouchDB which uses map and reduce functions for generating views. However, it’s not a solution aimed at sorting and processing huge amounts of data, though it is an interesting and capable piece of software.

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