The Lustre® file system is an open-source, parallel file system that supports many requirements of leadership class HPC simulation environments. Whether you’re a member of our diverse development community or considering the Lustre file system as a parallel file system solution, these pages offer a wealth of resources and support to meet your needs.
- 3rd International Workshop on the Lustre Ecosystem: Support for Deepening Memory and Storage Hierarchy – July 25-26, 2017 – Hanover, Maryland
- Lustre Administrators and Developers Workshop (LAD’17) – October 4-5, 2017 – Paris, France
- Here’s how to get started with the Lustre file system, with links to the documentation, and information on how to download the Lustre software.
- The Releases Roadmap outlines the community’s schedule of releases and main features.
- The Development page describes how you can participate in the advancement of the Lustre file system by joining the development activities currently taking place, including code development, testing, filing bugs, and benchmarking.
- Latest News about Lustre developments, summarized in the top box on the right.
- Lustre community mailing lists
- Learn more about Lustre.
The Lustre Wiki contains pages with information addressing a variety of Lustre topics:
- Administration :: Architecture :: Benchmarking :: Development :: Events ::
FAQ :: Features :: Howto :: Internals :: LNET :: Monitoring ::
Organizations :: Releases :: Testing :: Training :: Tools :: ZFS
- Current Major Release
- Major Release Under Development