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OrangeFS: A Scalable, Parallel File System Whose Time Has Come

OrangeFS logoMany of the major advances in HPC have been the result of collaboration between academia and the big government labs. This has been the case with PVFS (Parallel Virtual File System) and its latest generation, the scale-out file system known as OrangeFS.

 
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