[lustre-discuss] Using lustre as a filesystem to boot from
andreas.dilger at intel.com
Thu Oct 6 09:32:16 PDT 2016
There was a presentation at LUG from ANU about using Lustre as a root filesystem:
Based on a presentation given earlier this year I believe that they are still using this system today.
Lustre Principal Architect
Intel High Performance Data Division
On 2016/10/06, 05:24, "E.S. Rosenberg" <esr+lustre at mail.hebrew.edu<mailto:esr+lustre at mail.hebrew.edu>> wrote:
Is anyone using lustre for network boot? (For the filesystems that are loaded after the kernel is brought in by DHCP/tftp)
We are currently using NFS for this but I am wondering if lustre would allow us some more robust features (like programs not crashing on clients when they are modified on the image, a small scale test with lustre in our cluster seemed to suggest that the only change that would trigger a crash was deletion).
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