The Lustre file system is a open source, parallel file system that supports the requirements of leadership class HPC and Enterprise environments worldwide. Lustre provides a POSIX compliant interface and scales to thousands of clients, petabytes of storage, and has demonstrated over a terabyte per second of sustained I/O bandwidth. Many of the largest and most powerful supercomputers on Earth today are powered by the Lustre file system, including over 60% of the TOP100 sites.
The Lustre Community website lustre.org supports the open source community — developers, admins, and users — providing downloadable Lustre releases, documentation, development tree access, issue reporting, working groups, mailing lists, and more. We encourage you to download and use Lustre, participate in the community, and provide your input and support as we grow Lustre success worldwide.
OpenSFS is a nonprofit organization founded in 2010 to advance Lustre development, ensuring it remains vendor-neutral, open, and freely downloadable. OpenSFS participants include vendors and customers who employ the world’s best Lustre file system experts, implementing and supporting Lustre solutions across HPC and commercial enterprises. OpenSFS actively promotes the growth, stability and vendor neutrality of the Lustre file system.
The Lustre Roadmap page presents a timeline of the planned Maintenance and Feature Lustre Releases.
Join the Community
Get involved and follow the activities and discussions of the OpenSFS Working Groups at the working group wiki pages.
The OpenSFS Work Groups are open to any interested participant, regardless of OpenSFS membership. We encourage any member of the Lustre® file system community to join the Work Group mailing lists and meetings.
Join the Working Group mailing lists at http://lustre.opensfs.org/mailing-lists/
The Lustre development community also maintains several mailing lists that you can join to stay informed, ask questions, and discuss Lustre with other users and developers.