Posts By: Ken Rawlings

Lustre 2.10.2 Released

We are pleased to announce that the Lustre 2.10.2 Release has been declared GA and is available for download. You can also grab the source from git. Along with a number of useful bug fixes, this maintenance release includes the following notable enhancement over 2.10.1: ZFS 0.7.3 is now the default version of ZFS used
http://lustre.org/lustre-2-10-2-released/

Lustre 2.10.1 Released

We are pleased to announce that the Lustre 2.10.1 Release has been declared GA and is available for download. You can also grab the source from git. Along with a number of useful bug fixes, this maintenance release includes the following notable enhancements over 2.10.0: RHEL 7.4 support for Lustre Servers and Clients (LU-9816) ZFS 0.7.1 is now the default version of ZFS
http://lustre.org/lustre-2-10-1-released/

Lustre 2.10.0 Released

We are pleased to announce that the Lustre 2.10.0 Release has been declared GA and is available for download. You can also grab the source from git. This major release includes new features: Progressive File Layouts: Enables file layouts to automatically adjust as size of files grow thus optimizing performance for diverse workloads (LU-8898) Multi-Rail
http://lustre.org/lustre-2-10-0-released/

LUG 2017: Regular Registration Closes May 1st

Regular registration for the Lustre User Group 2017 conference ends on May 1st. Be sure to register by this date to obtain significant savings from the late registration price. The full conference agenda and registration are available at http://opensfs.org/lug-2017/. This year’s conference will feature the latest Lustre developments and special events for connecting with your
http://lustre.org/lug-2017-regular-registration-closes-may-1st/

LUG 2017: CFP extended to March 10th

Share your experiences with colleagues. Submit an abstract to present at LUG17. Abstracts are now due March 10, 2017. The committee is particularly looking for presentations regarding: experiences running the newer community releases – 2.8 and 2.9 – in production experiences using the new features in those releases (DNE2, SSK, UID/GID mapping, etc.) best practices
http://lustre.org/lug-2017-cfp-extended-to-march-10th/

LUG 2017: Abstracts Due 2/26 – Early Bird Ends 3/15


Want to present? Be sure to submit your abstract by the February 26th deadline: https://easychair.org/cfp/LUG2017. Accepted abstracts will be notified in time to take advantage of early bird registration. We have a great week planned – including a range of presentations on best practices and boundary-pushing deployments as well as a hackathon. Networking opportunities abound
http://lustre.org/lug-2017-abstracts-due-226-early-bird-ends-315/

•LUG 2017: CFPs Due 2/26

The Lustre User Group 2017 conference invites presentation abstracts, due by February 26, 2017. Please see the LUG17: Call for participation page for more information.

•LUG 2017: Registration Open

Registration for LUG 2017 is now open! LUG 2017 will be held in Bloomington, Indiana from May 30-June 2nd. Register by March 1st to take advantage of the special early-bird registration rate. See the OpenSFS LUG 2017 event page for registration and details.

•LUG 2017: Save the Date

LUG 2017 will be held in Bloomington, Indiana from May 30-June 2nd. About The Lustre® User Group (LUG) conference is the industry’s primary venue for discussion and seminars on the Lustre parallel file system and other open source file system technologies. LUG provides attendees with the opportunity to: Hear from the world’s leading developers, administrators,
http://lustre.org/lug-2017-save-the-date/

•LUG 2016

LUG 2016 will be held April 5-7, 2016 in Portland, Oregon. Early Bird discounts are available through March 11! See the OpenSFS LUG event page for registration and details.