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High Performance and Scalability
For the world's largest and most complex computing environments, the Lustre™ file system redefines high performance, scaling to tens of thousands of nodes and petabytes of storage with groundbreaking I/O and metadata throughput.
More on Lustre performance, service, and support at the Lustre product page
We are pleased to announce that Lustre 2.0.0 is now GA and available for download. Lustre 2.0.0 provides support for OEL 5, RHEL 5, SLES 10 and 11 (client only), and Fedora 11 (client only). This release offers a number of significant features and enhancements, including Changelogs, Commit on Share, Lustre_rsync, and Size-on-MDS (preview). Lustre 2.0.0 supporting documentation includes the Operations Manual, Release Notes, and Changelog 2.0.
Lustre 1.8.4 is now GA and available for download. Lustre 1.8.4 provides support for OEL 5, RHEL 5 and SLES 10 and 11, offers several minor improvements, and provides a number of bug fixes. Learn about the 1.8 family of features - Adaptive Timeouts, OSS Read Cache, OST Pools and Version-based Recovery and why you should upgrade.
LUG 2010, our annual user group meeting, was a huge success, featuring a Lustre Advanced User seminar and two days of presentations on select Lustre features, upcoming enhancements, site-specific experiences using Lustre, and more. Links to LUG 2010 presentations are now available.
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