Articles tagged with: Lustre
Open Scalable File Systems, Inc. (OpenSFS), the nonprofit community organization dedicated to Lustre file system technology, recently changed its structure to give users a premier role in the organization. File and Storage System Team Lead Sarp Oral will represent the OLCF on the newly appointed OpenSFS board.
OLCF staff delivered talks and tutorials to Lustre users covering the center’s on-going contributions to the effort to expand the parallel file system’s performance and flexibility.
The OLCF played a significant role in an ORNL event to share knowledge and discuss the future development of the parallel file system, Lustre.
In preparation for Summit, computer scientists and support staff are leaning on two modest-but-mighty test systems to explore Summit’s cutting-edge architecture.
Staff at ORNL saw a need for more efficient systems testing; through a collaboration of groups at the OLCF, they were able to build a state-of-the-art test harness.
Two new computing resources are being installed at the OLCF to enhance the user experience and maximize project outputs.
Community development of the Lustre file system was named one of HPCwire.com’s most important trends in 2011. This came as no surprise to the computational science community at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL).
The future looks bright for the Lustre parallel file system. In August, OpenSFS and software developer Whamcloud agreed on key improvements to the open-source software system, resulting in a $2.1 million, multi-year contract.