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This is the main community repository for Lustre knowledge and documentation.  Content will grow as we update and bring together information from various sources. Consult the sidebar for links to major Lustre topics. Learn more about Lustre at http://www.lustre.org. Documentation is available at http://lustre.org/documentation.
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This site, [http://wiki.lustre.org wiki.lustre.org], is the main community repository for Lustre information. Consult the sidebar for links to major Lustre topics.
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Learn more about Lustre at http://www.lustre.org.
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== Lustre Software Releases ==
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=== Downloads ===
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* [https://downloads.hpdd.intel.com/public/lustre/ Lustre]
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* [https://downloads.hpdd.intel.com/public/e2fsprogs/ Lustre-aware e2fsprogs]
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=== Current Maintenance Release ===
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* Lustre 2.10.1
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** Released [http://lustre.org/lustre-2-10-1-released Oct 3, 2017]
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** [[Lustre_2.10.1_Changelog | Changelog]]
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=== Current Major Release ===
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* [[Release_2.10.0 | Lustre 2.10.0]]
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** Released [http://lists.lustre.org/pipermail/lustre-announce-lustre.org/2017/000147.html July 13th, 2017]
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** [[Lustre_2.10.0_Changelog | Changelog]]
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=== Major Release In Development ===
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* [[Release_2.11.0 | Lustre 2.11.0]]
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** [[Lustre_2.11.0_Changelog | Changelog]]
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=== Release Roadmap ===
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* [http://www.lustre.org/roadmap Release Roadmap]
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== Lustre Enables High Performance, Massively Scalable Storage ==
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Lustre is an open-source, distributed parallel file system software platform designed for scalability, high-performance, and high-availability.
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Lustre is purpose-built to provide a coherent, global POSIX-compliant namespace for very large scale computer infrastructure, including the world's largest supercomputer platforms. It can support hundred's of petabytes of data storage and hundreds of gigabytes per second in simultaneous, aggregate throughput. Some of the largest current installations have individual file systems in excess of fifty petabytes of usable capacity, and have reported throughput speeds exceeding one terabyte/sec.
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== Documentation ==
  
Note that previous outdated Lustre wiki is currently preserved for posterity at [http://wiki.old.lustre.org wiki.old.lustre.org].
 
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=== Introduction to Lustre ===
 
=== Introduction to Lustre ===
Lustre* is an open-source, global single-namespace, POSIX-compliant, distributed parallel file system designed for scalability, high-performance, and high-availability. Lustre runs on Linux-based operating systems and employs a client-server network architecture. Storage is provided by a set of servers that can scale to populations measuring up to several hundred hosts. Lustre servers for a single file system instance can, in aggregate, present up to tens of petabytes of storage to thousands of compute clients, with more than a terabyte-per-second of combined throughput.
 
  
The [[:Category:Lustre_Systems_Administration|Lustre Systems Administration Guide]] describes the various components of Lustre, and provides an overview of how to configure Lustre.
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* [[media:LustreArchitecture-v4.pdf | Lustre Architecture (PDF)]]
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** Learn about core Lustre concepts and architecture
  
=== Releases ===
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=== Lustre Systems Administration ===
===== Current Maintenance Release =====
 
* Lustre 2.10.1 released [http://lustre.org/lustre-2-10-1-released Oct 3, 2017].
 
** [http://wiki.lustre.org/Lustre_2.10.1_Changelog Lustre 2.10.1 Changelog]
 
  
===== Current Major Release =====
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* [[:Category:Lustre_Systems_Administration | Lustre Systems Administration Guide]]
* [[Release_2.10.0|Lustre 2.10.0]] released [http://lists.lustre.org/pipermail/lustre-announce-lustre.org/2017/000147.html July 13th, 2017].
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** Practical instruction on installation and configuration of production-ready Lustre storage clusters
** [http://wiki.lustre.org/Lustre_2.10.0_Changelog Lustre 2.10.0 Changelog]
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* [[LNet_Router_Config_Guide | LNet Router Configuration Guide]]
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* [[:Category:Benchmarking | Lustre and Storage Benchmarking Guide]]
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** Tools to demonstrate the capabilities of the file system and highlight potential defects in the infrastrcuture supporting Lustre
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* [[Robinhood_Policy_Engine | Robinhood Policy Engine]]
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** Data management platform for large-scale file systems
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* [[How_To | HOWTO ]]
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** "How to" articles, including how to [[Compiling_Lustre | compile the Lustre software]] from source code
  
===== Major Release Under Development =====
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=== Lustre Reference Manual ===
* [[Release_2.11.0|Lustre 2.11.0]]
 
** [http://wiki.lustre.org/Lustre_2.11.0_Changelog Lustre 2.11.0 Changelog]
 
  
===== Release Roadmap =====
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* [http://lustre.org/documentation Lustre reference manual]
* [http://www.lustre.org/roadmap Release Roadmap]
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=== Contributing to the Lustre Project ===
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* [[Development|Lustre Development]] overview
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* [[Submitting Changes|Contributing code]]
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* [[Projects]]
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* [https://wiki.hpdd.intel.com/display/PUB/Making+changes+to+the+Lustre+Manual Updating the reference manual documentation]
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== Community ==
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* Mailing Lists
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** http://lustre.org/mailing-lists/
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* Community Events World-wide
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** http://opensfs.org/events/
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** https://www.eofs.eu/events/start
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* The OpenSFS [http://wiki.opensfs.org/LWG Lustre Working Group (LWG)] coordinates OpenSFS's Lustre efforts.
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* The [http://opensfs.org/ OpenSFS] organization supports Lustre development.
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* Intel High Performance Data Division community wiki
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** https://wiki.hpdd.intel.com/
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* Issue tracking and development task management
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** https://jira.hpdd.intel.com/
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== [[:Category:Events|Events]] ==
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=== Upcoming ===
  
=== [[:Category:Events|Events]] ===
 
==== Upcoming ====
 
 
* [http://sc17.supercomputing.org/presentation/?id=bof111&sess=sess323 SC17 Lustre Community BoF] - November 15, 2017 - Denver, Colorado</li>
 
* [http://sc17.supercomputing.org/presentation/?id=bof111&sess=sess323 SC17 Lustre Community BoF] - November 15, 2017 - Denver, Colorado</li>
  
==== Recent ====
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=== Recent ===
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* [https://www.eofs.eu/events/lad17 Lustre Admin & Developer Workshop 2017 (LAD’17)] - October 4-5, 2017 - Paris, France
 
* [https://www.eofs.eu/events/lad17 Lustre Admin & Developer Workshop 2017 (LAD’17)] - October 4-5, 2017 - Paris, France
 
* [https://www.chinalug.info China LUG 2017] - Oct 31, 2017 - Beijing, China
 
* [https://www.chinalug.info China LUG 2017] - Oct 31, 2017 - Beijing, China
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* [http://opensfs.org/events/lustre-developer-day/ Lustre Developer Day] - April 4, 2016 - Portland, OR
 
* [http://opensfs.org/events/lustre-developer-day/ Lustre Developer Day] - April 4, 2016 - Portland, OR
 
* [http://lustre.ornl.gov/ecosystem/index.html 2nd International Workshop on The Lustre Ecosystem] - March 8-9, 2016 - Baltimore, MD
 
* [http://lustre.ornl.gov/ecosystem/index.html 2nd International Workshop on The Lustre Ecosystem] - March 8-9, 2016 - Baltimore, MD
* For more prior events, see the [[:Category:Events|Events]] category page
 
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=== Get Involved with Lustre Development ===
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'''''For a complete list of past events, see the [[:Category:Events|Events]] category page'''''
* The [[Development]] page has links to instructions on how to [[Submitting Changes|contribute code]] and [https://wiki.hpdd.intel.com/display/PUB/Making+changes+to+the+Lustre+Manual update documentation] in Lustre.
 
* The [http://lists.lustre.org/listinfo.cgi/lustre-devel-lustre.org lustre-devel] mailing list is the primary forum for discussing Lustre software development.
 
* The [http://lists.opensfs.org/listinfo.cgi/lwg-opensfs.org Luste Working Group] mailing list will receive notifications for upcoming Luste Working Group meetings.
 
* The [http://opensfs.org/ OpenSFS] organization supports Lustre development. The OpenSFS [http://wiki.opensfs.org/LWG Lustre Working Group (LWG)] coordinates OpenSFS's Lustre efforts.
 
  
=== Lustre.org Infrastructure ===
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== Lustre.org Infrastructure ==
 
See [[Lustre.org Infrastructure]] for information on the lustre.org and opensfs.org websites.
 
See [[Lustre.org Infrastructure]] for information on the lustre.org and opensfs.org websites.
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'''''Note:''''' ''The previous (now outdated) Lustre wiki is currently preserved for posterity at [http://wiki.old.lustre.org wiki.old.lustre.org].''

Revision as of 21:00, 14 November 2017


This site, wiki.lustre.org, is the main community repository for Lustre information. Consult the sidebar for links to major Lustre topics.

Learn more about Lustre at http://www.lustre.org.

Lustre Software Releases

Downloads

Current Maintenance Release

Current Major Release

Major Release In Development

Release Roadmap

Lustre Enables High Performance, Massively Scalable Storage

Lustre is an open-source, distributed parallel file system software platform designed for scalability, high-performance, and high-availability.

Lustre is purpose-built to provide a coherent, global POSIX-compliant namespace for very large scale computer infrastructure, including the world's largest supercomputer platforms. It can support hundred's of petabytes of data storage and hundreds of gigabytes per second in simultaneous, aggregate throughput. Some of the largest current installations have individual file systems in excess of fifty petabytes of usable capacity, and have reported throughput speeds exceeding one terabyte/sec.

Documentation

Introduction to Lustre

Lustre Systems Administration

Lustre Reference Manual

Contributing to the Lustre Project

Community

Events

Upcoming

Recent

For a complete list of past events, see the Events category page

Lustre.org Infrastructure

See Lustre.org Infrastructure for information on the lustre.org and opensfs.org websites.

Note: The previous (now outdated) Lustre wiki is currently preserved for posterity at wiki.old.lustre.org.