[Lustre-discuss] Lustre On Two Clusters
Mr. Mark L. Dotson (Contractor)
dotsonml.ctr at afrl.hpc.mil
Mon May 13 12:52:21 PDT 2013
Thank you all very much. I discovered that I needed to use the same
subnet throughout my IB configuration in order for the IB WAN extenders
to work properly. I was able to mount Lustre across the WAN and
everything is now working fine.
On 05/13/13 15:25, Jeremy Filizetti wrote:
> We at NRL can probably give you a hand. Do you have Obsidian or Bays?
> Which versions of lustre? What's your ko2ibld module parameter settings.
> Ccing a few others and my work email since I don't watch my personal
> email too closely
> On May 13, 2013 2:44 PM, "Mr. Mark L. Dotson (Contractor)"
> <dotsonml.ctr at afrl.hpc.mil <mailto:dotsonml.ctr at afrl.hpc.mil>> wrote:
> Thanks, Lee.
> Has anyone done any work with Lustre and IB WAN extenders? I need help
> with my configuration.
> On 05/08/13 11:03, Lee, Brett wrote:
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> >> Subject: [Lustre-discuss] Lustre On Two Clusters
> >> I have Lustre installed and working on 1 cluster. Everything is
> IB. I can mount
> >> clients in this cluster with no problems. I want to mount this
> Lustre FS on
> >> another cluster that is attached to a separate IB switch.
> >> What's the best way to do this? Does it require a separate
> subnet for the IB
> >> interfaces, or does it matter?
> > Hi Mark,
> > Good to hear from you on the list.
> > Regarding your question, a couple options jump out at me.
> > 1. Add additional interfaces to the servers. This will allow
> the Lustre servers to be on both IB networks, and able to directly
> serve the file system to the clients.
> > 2. Use LNet router(s), the basics of which is documented in the
> operations manuals.
> > Either way, you'll need to perform some network configuration in
> (at least) the servers "lustre.conf".
> > -Brett
> >> Currently, my /etc/modprobe.d/lustre.conf has the following:
> >> options lnet networks="o2ib0(ib0)"
> >> Lustre version is 2.3
> >> OS's are CentOS 6.4.
> >> Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.
> >> Mark
> >> --
> >> Mark Dotson
> >> Systems Administrator
> >> Lockheed-Martin
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> > Brett Lee
> > Sr. Systems Engineer
> > Intel High Performance Data Division
> Mark Dotson
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