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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 sun.com/lustre

HPC Software Workshop and Seminar - Lustre Slides

Slides from the presentations at the Lustre Advanced Seminar and Open Storage track at the Sun HPC Software Workshop held September 7-10 are posted here. Please consider joining the Sun Lustre team at SC09, November 14-20 in Portland, Oregon and also at LUG 2010, April 14-16 at Monterey Bay, California. Registration for LUG 2010 will open in November.

Lustre 1.8.1

Lustre 1.8.1 is now available for download. Lustre 1.8.1 is a maintenance release to 1.8.0 that provides a number of bug fixes and adds SLES 11 support. Read more about the 1.8 features - Adaptive Timeouts, OSS Read Cache, OST Pools and Version-based Recovery and why you should upgrade.

Lustre 2.0 Alpha-4 Available

We are pleased to announce that Lustre 2.0 Alpha-4 is available for download. This is the fourth step in a series of milestone based pre-releases as we move towards Lustre 2.0 GA. New milestone releases will be planned for every 4-6 weeks.

2009 Lustre User Group Slides and LUG 2010

LUG 2009 was our most successful Lustre user event to date. For presentations and videos, see LUG 2009. Plan to join us for LUG 2010 April 14-16 at the Seascape resort and conference center on Monterey Bay, California. Registration for LUG 2010 will open in November.

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