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> Wednesday, November 16, 2005
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11:15am - 11:30am
William Baird, Jonathan Carter, Michael Wehner, Tavia Stone, Cristina Siegerist, Wes Bethel
Sharing data through multisystem file systems has been undergoing some radical changes in the last several years. NFS first impacted the way data was shared among computers. Later on the cluster file systems enabled whole clusters to be able to have access to the same data in a robust manner. In the last year, the cluster file systems have evolved to allow multiple systems to have access to that same data easily and reliably. The implications for HPC centers are very large. A demonstration of an end to end run of a climate model (CAM) and its resultant analysis and visualization across multiple systems will be conducted. Using GPFS, a single file system will be presented to multiple systems to accomplish this task without manual data transfers between systems.
Martin Swany (Chair)
University of Delaware