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Public Open Source releases of Lustre are available under the GNU General Public License. These releases are found here, and are used in production supercomputing environments worldwide.  
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Revision as of 19:13, 26 March 2009

Lustre is a scalable, secure, robust, highly-available cluster file system. It is designed, developed and maintained by Sun Microsystems, Inc. Learn More

If you are ready to get Lustre, or ready to code and test, download Lustre from here.

For service and support, see sun.com/lustre.

Official Releases

The latest official release of Lustre software is always available from Sun Microsystems, Inc., along with earlier production versions. To download an official release of Lustre, visit the Sun download site. Please note that technical support is not included with the software.

Currently, all Lustre 1.6.x versions are available for download. To determine which Lustre release supports the features and environment you want, see the Lustre Support Matrix.

Pre-Release Versions

As an open-source product, we encourage contributions to develop and test a more robust, feature-rich Lustre by trying out pre-release versions of the software. To obtain Lustre code from the source repository, you must have CVS (version control) installed.

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