[lustre-devel] An updated quick start guide for a virtual Lustre clustre - call for input
Christopher J. Morrone
morrone2 at llnl.gov
Wed Jun 3 14:35:29 PDT 2015
Welcome aboard! We are happy to have you.
I don't have to much to say, except that we probably won't have much
useful input for you until we can see the draft. When you get the draft
up on wiki.lustre.org, let us know again and I am sure that some of us
will have some feedback for you.
On 06/03/2015 01:27 PM, John Suykerbuyk wrote:
> I’m a fairly new hire with Seagate’s Cloud Services group supporting and
> contributing to Lustre. Being relatively unfamiliar with Lustre, I was
> given the opportunity to write a quick-start guide that new developers
> such as myself could follow.
> I’m soliciting any input as to what others might want to be included
> before submitting my final draft.
> At LUG 2015, Brian Andrus had an excellent presentation that I’m basing
> my document upon and extending
> My intent is to enable new developers to quickly get a virtual Lustre
> cluster up and running with very little knowledge of Lustre, KVM or even
> specifics of which repositories and packages to pull from to get things
> to “just work”.
> At the moment, my write up is about 80% complete, and I have a
> collection of very simple BASH scripts that bootstraps Centos 6.6 VM’s
> entirely from a local kickstart file with no local installation media
> required (everything is pulled from mirrors.centos.org
> <http://mirrors.centos.org>). I am also setting up YUM in the VM’s to
> prioritise the repos at
> https://downloads.hpdd.intel.com/public/e2fsprogsahead of anything else
> along with another very simple script that does the the actual install
> and configuration.
> I chose to document much of the menial steps in scripts as it serves to
> both document what pages of text would attempt to explain and it gives
> the option to “just use it”.
> Before wrapping this up and presenting the final draft, I am turning to
> the community for any input on things that should be included.
> Thank you!
> John Suykerbuyk
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