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Debugging Lustre

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[[Needs editing]] Lustre™ is a complex system that requires a rich debugging environment
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A variety of diagnostic and analysis tools and procedures are available to administrators and developers to help debug issues related to Lustre™. Many of these are available in the Linux operating system, while others are provided with Lustre.  
to assist programmers with locating problems.
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Developers must be able to easily create new and  
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meaningful debugging output as they add functionality and trace bugs. Troubleshooters need a mechanism to filter and  
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display only data that is relevant to the problem at hand.
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This topic describes a variety of diagnostic tools that can be used by developers and administrators to debug issues related to Lustre. Many of these are available in the Linux operating system, while others are provided with Lustre.  
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* [[NEW Diagnostic and Debugging Tools]] describes some analysis and debugging tools provided with Lustre or Linux or available externally.
  
Information is provided about ...
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* [[NEW Debugging Procedures]] describes some basic debugging procedures that will be useful to administrators and developers.
* Diagnostic and Debugging Tools (LINK) - ...Lustre and external Tools for analysis and debugging...
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* Debugging Procedures (LINK) - ...useful for administrators and developers...
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* [[NEW Debugging Procedures for Developers]] describes some additional analysis and debugging procedures of special interest to developers.
 
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* Debugging Procedures for Developers (LINK) - ...additional procedures useful for developers...
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Revision as of 00:59, 11 January 2010

A variety of diagnostic and analysis tools and procedures are available to administrators and developers to help debug issues related to Lustre™. Many of these are available in the Linux operating system, while others are provided with Lustre.

  • NEW Debugging Procedures describes some basic debugging procedures that will be useful to administrators and developers.
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