Re: [Lustre-discuss] ldiskfs for MDT and zfs for OSTs?

2013-10-09 Thread Thomas Stibor
Hello Anjana, I can confirm that this setup works (ZFS-MGS/MDT or LDFISKFS-MGS/MDT and ZFS-OSS/OST) I used a Cent OS 6.4 build: 2.4.0-RC2-gd3f91c4-PRISTINE-2.6.32-358.6.2.el6_lustre.g230b174.x86_64 and the Lustre Packages from

Re: [Lustre-discuss] lustre on debian

2013-11-25 Thread Thomas Stibor
Hello Eli, there are no official Debian packages for Lustre 2.3/2.4/2.5. The instructions on are still working for 2.3/2.4/2.5 with some tiny tricks. You can either switch to the supported RH Kernel and use them in Debian, so you can apply the

Re: [Lustre-discuss] lustre on debian

2013-11-25 Thread Thomas Stibor
Forgot to mention that: I have built Debian Wheezy packages which are available at: On Mon, Nov 25, 2013 at 05:48:06PM +0200, E.S. Rosenberg wrote: Since in Linux we are mostly a debian shop we'd like to stick with debian for our

Re: [Lustre-discuss] Lustre Build - Ubuntu 14.04 LTS

2014-05-03 Thread Thomas Stibor
Hi Steven, the current kernel version in Ubuntu 14.04 TLS is 3.13.0-24-generic #46-Ubuntu and there are still open issues for 3.12 to be solved ( before it can be merged into the master. If you checkout from the master and try to

Re: [lustre-discuss] lshowmount equivalent?

2015-12-15 Thread Thomas Stibor
I have pushed an updated version of lshowmount where warnings and mostly strcat -> strncat, sprintf -> snprintf are fixed, as well as other issues. This is a very cool and useful tool which I was not aware before. I did tested parameter "-l -v -e" combinations on MDT/MGS and OSS, and it works so

Re: [lustre-discuss] Compiling from sources with Debian 8

2015-12-01 Thread Thomas Stibor
ster. We have a few webservers running Debian that need to access the storage. I followed the procedure given by Thomas Stibor about Ubuntu 14 last year. I could successfully compile the binaries and modules after some digging. He also left an already compiled lustre 2.7.63 and modules for kernel

Re: [lustre-discuss] Distributing locally....

2016-11-25 Thread Thomas Stibor
Remove in debian/lustre-dev.install the line -debian/tmp/usr/lib/*.so.* usr/lib and it will work. @@ -1,6 +1,5 @@ lustre/contrib/README usr/share/doc/lustre-dev/contrib lustre/contrib/mpich-1.2.6-lustre.patch usr/share/doc/lustre-dev/contrib

Re: [lustre-discuss] Distributing locally....

2016-11-29 Thread Thomas Stibor
08:50:03PM +, Dilger, Andreas wrote: > On Nov 25, 2016, at 04:27, Thomas Stibor <> wrote: > > > > Remove in debian/lustre-dev.install the line > > -debian/tmp/usr/lib/*.so.* usr/lib > > and it will work. > > > > @@ -1,6 +1,5

Re: [lustre-discuss] lustre won't build anymore on RHEL 7.3

2016-11-30 Thread Thomas Stibor
Hi there, on DEB distro's there is a similar problem, due to conflicts of (old) staged Lustre modules and the e.g. new installed modules. The result is, that first the staged modules are loaded, and then the loaders tries to load the remaining/missing new modules and fails. On DEB distro's the

Re: [lustre-discuss] Clients looses IB connection to OSS.

2017-05-01 Thread Thomas Stibor
Hi, see JIRA: What seems to work as a quick fix (for older versions) is to set the value of parameter max_pages_per_rpc=64 As written in the issue is resolved, however for upcoming version 2.10.0 Cheers

Re: [lustre-discuss] reflecting state of underlying store in Lustre with HSM

2020-01-08 Thread Thomas Stibor
Hi there, we use a similar approach with the TSM Lustre copytool. First the data is archived to a TSM Server, then one can do the following: $ lfs hsm_set --exists --archived --archive-id $ lfs hsm_release The file now exists as a released file in Lustre and is seamlessly retrieved when