[Lustre-discuss] Benchmarking Working Group

Jeffrey_Layton at Dell.com Jeffrey_Layton at Dell.com
Fri Mar 23 13:54:41 PDT 2012


Is the intent to add some benchmarks that utilize the ideas and concepts of sfs2013 to the list? Or is the intent to possible add sfs2013 itself to the list of benchmarks?


Dr. Jeff Layton
HPC Enterprise Technologist
Dell | Research Computing 
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jeffrey_layton at dell.com

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Subject: Re: [Openbenchmark] Benchmarking Working Group

Per the discussion during the call, attached please find the documentation of sfs2013 benchmark (currently called netmist).

Please take a look and let me know if it is of interest to continue on this path of action for the Lustre benchmark. I will be attending the LUG and plan to introduce sfs2013 benchmark. Thank you for your understanding and patience

Sorin Faibish
Distinguished Engineer
EMC - Office of CTO

From:   Vanderbilt, Richard [mailto:Richard.Vanderbilt at netapp.com]
Sent:   Monday, March 19, 2012 12:25 PM
To:     openbenchmark at lists.opensfs.org; discuss at lists.opensfs.org; lustre-discuss at lists.lustre.org; faibish, sorin
Subject:        [Openbenchmark] Benchmarking Working Group
When:   Friday, March 23, 2012 11:30 AM-12:30 PM (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada).
Where:  1(866)844-9418 id 4088226016

The OpenSFS Benchmarking Workgroup aims to provide an I/O benchmark suite to satisfy the benchmarking requirements of the scalable parallel file system users and facilities. Towards this end, as a first step, the workgroup aims to characterize the I/O workloads from small- to very large-scale scalable parallel file systems deployed at various high-performance computing and parallel computing facilities and institutions. Using these gathered characteristics, the workgroup will then collect and build the required I/O benchmarks to emulate these workloads and provide required documentation about the benchmark suite.

The workgroup meeting will reoccur every Friday at 8:30am Pacific time. 1 hour each. The dial-in is as follows: 1(866)844-9418 id# 4088226016.

Also note: we will be having our first face to face meeting on Sunday April 22nd from 2:00-5:00pm at the LUG.  Details to come.

On Tuesday April 24 4:10-5:00pm there will be a Benchmark panel discussion moderated by Sarp Oral. Panelist will be Jeremy Filizetti (DOD), Andrew Uselton (NERSC), Eric Barton (Whamcloud), Nathan Rutman (Xyratex), Stephane Thiell (CEA), and Stephen Simms (IU).

If you are interested in contributing to this work group, please email Sarp Oral at oralhs at ornl.gov<mailto:oralhs at ornl.gov> or myself at richard.vanderbilt at netapp.com<mailto:richard.vanderbilt at netapp.com>.


Sarp Oral, PhD
National Center for Computational Sciences Oak Ridge National Laboratory oralhs at ornl.gov<mailto:oralhs at ornl.gov>

Richard Vanderbilt  Co-chair
Netapp Inc.

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