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The Lustre™ file system redefines I/O performance and scalability standards for the
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Access resources such as information about current and upcoming Lustre features, a roadmap, publications about Lustre and training opportunities.  
world’s largest and most complex computing environments. Ideally suited for data-intensive applications that require the highest possible I/O performance, Lustre is an object-based cluster file system that scales to tens of thousands of nodes and petabytes of storage with groundbreaking I/O and metadata throughput.
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=====Releases and Roadmap=====
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<big><strong>Interoperability, Features and Roadmap</strong></big>
  
Several resources detail Lustre's current component support (support matrix), and upcoming features and functionality (Lustre 1.8 features, Lustre 2.0 features and Lustre roadmap).
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* [[Lustre_Support_Matrix|Lustre Support Matrix]]
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* <ins>[[Lustre_Release_Information|Lustre Release Information]]</ins> lists current Lustre releases and supported kernels and networks for these releases.  
The Lustre Support Matrix lists supported networks and kernels for current Lustre releases.  
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* [[Lustre_1.8|Lustre 1.8 Features]]
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* <ins>[[Lustre_1.8|Lustre 1.8]]</ins> describes features and benefits offered by upgrading to Lustre 1.8.  
This page provides feature descriptions and lists the benefits offered by upgrading to Lustre 1.8. For the latest information on when Lustre 1.8 is estimated to be released, see the [Lustre_Roadmap|Lustre Roadmap].  
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* [[Lustre_2.0|Lustre 2.0 Features]]
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* <ins>[[Lustre_2.0|Lustre 2.0]]</ins> describes features being developed for the next-generation release of Lustre.  
This page provides feature descriptions and lists the benefits offered by upgrading to Lustre 1.8. For the latest information on when Lustre 2.0 is estimated to be released, see the [Lustre_Roadmap|Lustre Roadmap].  
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* [[Lustre_Roadmap|Lustre Roadmap]]
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The Lustre Roadmap provides estimated code freeze and GA dates for upcoming releases, supported kernels, new features, and retirement dates for Lustre products.
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The Roadmap lists a number of new features under development, several of which have their own wiki pages:
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** [[Metadata_Clustering|Metadata Clustering]]
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** [[Windows_Native_Client|Windows Native Client]]
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** [[Windows_Native_Client_Build_Guide|Windows Native Client Build Guide]]
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Use these resources to learn about Lustre.
** [[Windows_Native_Client_Questions|Windows Native Client Questions]]
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* <ins>[[Lustre_Community_Events, Conferences and Meetings|Lustre Presentations]]</ins> by Lustre engineers at Lustre User Group meetings, conferences, Lustre all-hands meetings, and other Lustre-related events.
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* <ins>[[Lustre Publications]]</ins> from a variety of sources, including links to videos and podcasts, white papers and blueprints.
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* <ins>[http://wiki.lustre.org/manual/LustreManual20_HTML/index.html Lustre Operations Manual]</ins>, the primary source for Lustre user documentation.
  
 
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<big><strong>Lustre Projects and Future Features</strong></big>
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To learn about active Lustre projects that span releases or features that are not in Lustre 1.8 or Lustre 2.0, see <ins>[[Lustre Projects]]</ins>.
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=====Publications=====
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<big><strong>Lustre Internals</strong></big>
  
* [[Publications|See white papers, case studies, engineering presentations]]
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* See the <ins>[http://wiki.lustre.org/lid/subsystem-map/subsystem-map.html Lustre Internals Documentation]</ins> for detailed descriptions of the Lustre codebase in an easily accessible format.
** [[Lustre_Documentation|Lustre Documentation]]
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** [[Lustre_Launch|Lustre Launch 3/08]]
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* The LID includes <ins>[http://wiki.lustre.org/lid/doxygen.api/modules.html Doxygen API information]</ins> for various Lustre modules.
** [[ Lustre Launch 12/08]]
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* [http://manual.lustre.org/index.php?title=Main_Page#Lustre_Operations_Manual Operations Manual]
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* [http://arch.lustre.org/index.php?title=Main_Page Architecture]
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=====Training=====
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<big><strong>Training</strong></big>
Lustre training is available from Sun Microsystems.
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* [http://www.sun.com/training/catalog/courses/CL-400.xml Administering Lustre Based Clusters (CL-100)]
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Lustre training is available from Oracle University at locations in the <ins>[http://www.sun.com/training/catalog/courses/CL-400.xml United States]</ins>, <ins>[http://uk.sun.com/training/catalog/courses/CL-400.xml Great Britain]</ins>, <ins>[https://www.suntrainingcatalogue.com/eduserv/client/loadCourse.do?coId=de_DE_CL-400&l=de_DE Germany], and [http://au.sun.com/training/catalog/courses/CL-400.xml APAC countries]</ins>.
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* <ins>[http://www.sun.com/training/catalog/courses/CL-400.xml Administering Lustre Based Clusters (CL-400)]</ins>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:27, 20 January 2011

Access resources such as information about current and upcoming Lustre features, a roadmap, publications about Lustre and training opportunities.

Interoperability, Features and Roadmap

These resources detail Lustre releases and plans.

  • Lustre 1.8 describes features and benefits offered by upgrading to Lustre 1.8.
  • Lustre 2.0 describes features being developed for the next-generation release of Lustre.

Publications

Use these resources to learn about Lustre.

  • Lustre Presentations by Lustre engineers at Lustre User Group meetings, conferences, Lustre all-hands meetings, and other Lustre-related events.
  • Lustre Publications from a variety of sources, including links to videos and podcasts, white papers and blueprints.


Lustre Projects and Future Features

To learn about active Lustre projects that span releases or features that are not in Lustre 1.8 or Lustre 2.0, see Lustre Projects.

Lustre Internals

Training

Lustre training is available from Oracle University at locations in the United States, Great Britain, Germany, and APAC countries.

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