In AWS-EC2, I've set-up a cluster of linux virtual machines made of an NFS fileserver and many clients. If the number of clients is above ~20, under heavy I/O, I am experiencing loss of file ...
I have been told that it's hard to collect I/O (file access) load (~ real-time) statistics per user on an HPC system, but I remain skeptical. At my institution, we use Ganglia for monitoring, and SGE ...
I have read in various places (e.g. here and here) that NFS' I/O performance does not scale, while Lustre's does, and that Lustre can deliver better I/O rates in general. There seem to be various ...
We have a couple of servers (part of an HPC cluster) in which we're currently seeing some NFS behavior which is not making sense to me. node1 exports its /lscratch directory via NFS to node2, mounted ...