Monday Nov 18
Hyatt Regency Denver At the Colorado Convention Center
1:00 – 5:00 Centennial E – (Light refreshments served)
Title: WW GPFS User Forum
1:00 Welcome and Formalities,
Andrew Dean, GPFS User Group and Dave McDonnell, IBM
1:15 ANL’s GPFS GSS Storage System, William Allcock, Argonne Leadership Computing Facility
1:45 GPFS Update, Scott Fadden, IBM
2:30 Break Refreshments
2:45 GSS Update, Matt Drahzal, IBM
3:30 NCAR’s GLADE GPFS Environment, Pamela Gillman, NCAR Computational Information Sciences Laboratory
4:00 GPFS Roadmap (NDA Required), Krystal Rothaupt, IBM (Session Moved to Centennial D for SPXXL Joint NDA Session)
4:45 Joint Reception with SPXXL
We will be having an informal group meet up at the upcoming
Machine Evaluation Workshop on 28th November where we can discuss any updates from Supercomputing as well as give you an opportunity to network with other GPFS users.
If you would like to attend please email me at email@example.com
To attend the session you also need to be registered for the MEW event
Hope to see you there!
GPFS User Group Secretary
Minutes from GPFS User
Group Meeting 3 – Thursday 15th September 2011
Hosted by University of Warwick
The meeting was opened by Claire Robson (OCF) who gave an overview of the day and then reviewed the GPFS UG aims. This was followed by individuals introducing themselves to the group (name, organisation and experience of using GPFS). This demonstrated the range of experience levels within the group.
The first speaker of the day was Crispin Keable (CK), HPC Solutions Architect at IBM who presented the latest developments in GPFS 3.5 due to be released at the end of Q1 2012. Crispin’s presentation included:
• GPFS Active File Management System
• GPFS Extended Attributes
• GPFS Software RAID
• GPFS-SNC: An enterprise file system for Shared Nothing Clusters
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Minutes from GPFS User Group Meeting 2 – Tuesday 5th April 2011
Hosted by University of Birmingham
Barry Evans (OCF) started off with a quick introduction welcoming everyone and outlining the agenda for the day.
Due to technical reasons, the morning agenda changed and the presentations started with a presentation on CEDAR and future projects from AWE and the experiences they have had using GPFS. A number of questions were raised by the audience about their experiences. Jim Roche suggested that the group feeds their requirements into a ‘wish list’ of items that IBM can then use as a formal mechanism to respond to. It was requested that clearance is obtained for the presentation slides and that they are made available retrospectively to group members.
Jez Tucker (Rushes) then presented on the systems used at Rushes and their experiences and challenges. Followed up with questions from the group.
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