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Lustre Community Events, Conferences and Meetings

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Title Description/Source Date
Lustre cluster in production at GSI Presented by SCHöN, Walter / HEPiX Talks May 2008
Final Report from File Systems Working Group Presented by MASLENNIKOV, Andrei / HEPiX Talks May 2008
Setting up a simple Lustre Filesystem Presented by Stephan Wiesand. Slides on HPPix site: Storage Evaluations at BNL / HEPiX Talks May 2008
Storage Evaluations at BNL Presented by Robert Petkus - BNL. Slides on HEPix site: Lustre Experience at CEA/DIF / HEPiX Talks May 2008
Lustre Experience at CEA/DIF Presented by J-Ch Lafoucriere / HEPiX Talks April 23-27, 2008
XT7? Integrating and Operating a Conjoined XT3+XT4 System This paper describes the processes and tools used to move production work from the pre-existing XT3 to the new system incorporating that same XT3, including novel application of Lustre routing capabilities. / Cray User Group (Paper also available) 2007
Using IOR to Analyze the I/O Performance Presented by Hongzhang Shan,John Shalf (NERSC) on CUG 2007 / Cray User Group 2007
Lustre state and production installations Presentation on gelato.org meeting / CFS May 2004
Lustre File System Presentation on the state of Lustre in mid-2003 and the path towards Lustre1.0 / CFS Summer 2003
Lustre: Building a cluster file system for 1,000 node clusters A technical presentation about our successes and mistakes during 2002-2003 / CFS Summer 2003

Lustre all-hand meetings

Once a year, the Lustre Engineering team gathers to discuss new features under development and testing efforts. This week-long event is known as the Lustre all-hands meeting. The Development and QE presentations made at these all-hands meetings are available here.

Also available at Lustre All-Hands Meeting 12/08 and Lustre All-Hands Meeting_3/08 .