Lustre Center of Excellence at Oak Ridge National Laboratory
The Sun Lustre Center of Excellence (LCE) at ORNL advances the state of Lustre for use in large scale HPC environments. As you'll see from the projects below, the ORNL LCE focuses on both systems and applications aspects of ensuring that Lustre meets the needs of DOE and the HPC community in general.
Current projects and their status
Applications IO Performance
Mike Booth, one of the LCE personnel, is investigating applications IO performance on the Lustre systems at ORNL to identify ways to achieve more consistent and higher IO performance. He is also working on enhancing the ADIOS IO layer.
Feel free to contact Mike for more information and status of his work.
Implementing Applications in a Lustre Environment contains information on achieving high performance applications IO with the Lustre file system.
The LCE sponsors events to encourage HPC community involvement in analyzing IO and storage requirements and identifying ways for Lustre to address these requirements.
The next event will be an Applications Workshop this Autumn 2009.
LCE Summit - February 2008
LCE Application I/O Workshop - April 16, 2008
- Application IO Workshop, Agenda and Notes
- Lustre and Application IO - Wang Di's Slides
- Lustre and Application IO - Oleg Drokin's Slides
Lustre Scalability Workshop - Feb 10 & 11, 2009, ORNL
- Scalability Workshop Notes
- Scalability White Paper
- Galen Shipman's presentation
- Eric Barton's presentation
Lustre Scalability Workshop - May 19 & 20, 2009, ORNL
- Lustre Scalability Workshop, Initial Gap Response - John Dawson
- HPCS IO - John Carrier
- What is HPCS and How Does it Impact IO - Henry Newman
- 2015 Parallel File System Requirements - Galen Shipman
- Lustre HPCS Design Overview - Andreas Dilger
- Scalability Improvements
- Lustre ADIO Driver Enhancements Whitepaper
- FMS Application IO Analysis
See the ORNL slides and video from their presentation at LUG 2009.
Lustre Internals Manual
For more information about computing at Oak Ridge, click here.
If you have questions or comments on this page or the LCE projects, contact John Dawson.