In this slidecast, Josh Judd from Warp Mechanics presents: Lustre Over ZFS on Linux.
What does ZFS do for me? HPC relevant features include:
Support for 1/10GbE, 4/8/16GbFC, and 40Gb Infiniband
Multi-layer cache combines DRAM and SSDs with HDDs
Copy-on-write eliminates holes and accelerates writes
Checksums eliminate silent data corruption and bit rot
Snap, thin provisioning, compression, de-dupe, etc. built in
Lustre and SNFS integration allows 40GbE networking
Same software/hardware supports NAS and RAID
One management code base to control all storage platforms
Open storage. You can have the source code.
Learn more: http://warpmech.com
Watch the video presentation: http://insidehpc.com/2014/02/17/slidecast-lustre-zfs-linux/
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