[Beowulf] SSD caching for parallel filesystems
andrew.holway at gmail.com
Wed Feb 6 13:43:44 PST 2013
Lustre is now implementing ZFS which I think has the most advanced SSD caching stuff available.
If you have a google around for "roadrunner Lustre ZFS" you might find something juicy.
Am 6 Feb 2013 um 21:36 schrieb Prentice Bisbal <prentice.bisbal at rutgers.edu>:
> I've been reading a lot about using SSD devices to act as caches for
> traditional spinning disks or filesystems over a network (SAN, iSCSI,
> SAS, etc.). For example, Fusion-io had directCache, which works with
> any block-based storage device (local or remote) and Dell is selling
> LSI's CacheCade, which will act as a cache for local disks.
> Are there any products like this that would work with parallel
> filesystems, like Lustre or GPFS? Has anyone done any research in this
> area? Would this even be worthwhile?
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