Parallel File Systems

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Parallel Filesystems belong the the group of allocated filesystems. The have the focus on parallel reading and writing of different sources resp. drains in opposite to standard filesystems of which only one service or server writes on the drain. This means higher performance. In this class different implementations exist, as e.g. LustreFS, GlusterFS, GFS Red Hat and PVFS2. These are the most common implementations in HPC Environment.

LustreFS

The above picture explains the Paralel Filesystem LustreFS. Further information you will find under www.lustre.org.

GlusterFS

The above picture explains the Paralel Filesystem GlusterFS. Further information you will find under www.gluster.org.

GFS Red Hat

The above picture explains the principle of GFS Red Hat. Further information you will find under www.redhat.com.

PVFS

The above picture explains the principle of PVFS. Further information you will find under www.pvfs.org.


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