[lustre-discuss] Simple Lustre question
brettlee.lustre at gmail.com
Mon Dec 12 18:39:08 PST 2016
Maybe think of Lustre as a bunch of different components... While you can
combine the components (server services and client services) on one node,
you can also put each service on a different node, and connect them via a
To begin, I suggest using just one node. Start all the server services,
and then start the client service. Then start and stop it all a few
times. Once you get the hang of it, then split the server services to
different nodes, and put the client on it's own node also.
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On Mon, Dec 12, 2016 at 7:33 PM, Markham Benjamin <ben.markham at xiilab.com>
> Ah sorry. What I mean is something I could experiment on without any
> hardware limitations. I hope that makes sense.
> But it seems I could just run Lustre on one node.
> On Dec 13, 2016, at 11:26 AM, Brett Lee <brettlee.lustre at gmail.com> wrote:
> Proper? Please expand on that. :)
> To get started, you could run Lustre on just one node.
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> On Dec 12, 2016 7:08 PM, "Markham Benjamin" <ben.markham at xiilab.com>
>> I just have been reading about Lustre and getting into it. I just have a
>> simple question: about how many computer would I need in order to set up a
>> proper simple LustreFS?
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