WARNING: This is the _old_ Lustre wiki, and it is in the process of being retired. The information found here is all likely to be out of date. Please search the new wiki for more up to date information.
The Lustre™ file system redefines I/O performance and scalability standards for the 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.
Interoperability, Features and Roadmap
These resources detail Lustre's interoperability, features, and plans for future releases.
- Lustre Support Matrix lists supported networks and kernels for current Lustre releases.
- Lustre 1.8 provides feature descriptions and lists the benefits offered by upgrading to this version. For the latest information on when Lustre 1.8 is expected to release, see the Lustre Roadmap.
- Lustre 2.0 provides feature descriptions and lists the benefits offered by upgrading to this version. For the latest information on when Lustre 2.0 is expected to release, see the Lustre Roadmap.
- Lustre Roadmap provides estimated code freeze and GA dates for upcoming releases, supported kernels, new features, and retirement dates for Lustre products.
- The Roadmap lists a number of new features under development; several have their own wiki pages.
A number of papers, presentations and publications are available for Lustre. Use these resources to learn about the benefits offered by Lustre and plans for future development.