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  • ===Lustre Scalability Workshop - Feb 10 & 11, 2009, ORNL=== *[[Media:Notes_on_SW1_Notes.pdf|''Scalability Workshop Notes'']]
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  • ...his situation, instead of regular unit and regression test, we also have a scalability test document to verify it works. Please check out the [[Imperative Recover
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  • *Lustre Scalability Workshops held at the Lustre Center of Excellence at Oak Ridge National Lab ...oratory#Lustre_Scalability_Workshop_-_Feb_10_.26_11.2C_2009.2C_ORNL|Lustre Scalability Workshop February 2009]]
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  • There were three presentations on the HPCS IO project at the Scalability Workshop held by the [[Lustre Center of Excellence at Oak Ridge National La
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  • * Scalability Testing of DNE2 in Lustre 2.7, Stephen Simms, Indiana University ** [[Media:Scalability-Testing-of-DNE2-in-Lustre-27_Simms_V2.pdf|Slides]]
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  • * ''Scalability'' - ZFS is a 128-bit file system. This means that it can scale to very larg
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  • '''''Lustre Scalability''''' - Eric Barton, Lead Engineer, Sun
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  • ...namespace, POSIX-compliant, distributed parallel file system designed for scalability, high-performance, and high-availability. Lustre runs on Linux-based operat ...nd has been created using object-based storage building blocks to maximize scalability.
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  • ...n currently be tested. ZFS helps to ensure that the fundamentals of Lustre scalability will not be compromised by limitations in the underlying storage. ZFS enabl The point is: ZFS is designed to scale. Lustre builds on that scalability even further to continue to deliver massive performance and usable capacity
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  • ...en-source, distributed parallel file system software platform designed for scalability, high-performance, and high-availability.
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  • [[Category:Scalability]]
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  • ...d to measure the I/O performance of individual storage subsystems, not the scalability of the entire system.
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  • Writing scalability by multiple threads
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  • ...tegrity and volume management features that complement the performance and scalability of Lustre.
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  • ...ments. It is also possible to use the OpenZFS file system to increase the scalability and robustness of the back-end file system.
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  • ...atures were introduced to lay the foundations for another decade of Lustre scalability. This document describes the File Identifier (FID) feature and presents a t
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  • ...metadata on a single, continuous block storage device. The performance and scalability of Lustre comes from a design that aggregates many storage servers through
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  • *[https://jira.whamcloud.com/browse/LU-9312 LU-9312]: HSM coordinator llog scalability
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  • * Designed with scalability in mind - supports up to 2^64 bytes per object, 2^48 objects per filesystem
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  • ...hpdd.intel.com/browse/LU-6177 LU-6177] : LU-6361 LFSCK 4: namespace LFSCK scalability
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