The Clustered Network File System (CNFS) is a capability based on IBMAr General Parallel File System (GPFSTM) running on LinuxAr which, when combined with System xAr servers or BladeCenterAr Servers, IBM TotalStorageAr Disk Systems, and Storage Area Networks (SAN) components, provides a scalable file services environment. This capability enables customers to run a General Parallel File System (GPFS) data-serving cluster in which some or all of the nodes actively export the file system using NFS. This IBM RedpaperTM publication shows how Cluster NFS file services are delivered and supported today through the configurable order process of the IBM Intelligent Cluster. The audience for this paper includes executive and consultant decision makers and technical administrators who want to know how to implement this solution.... Rack Mount Kit 1 40K9117 Cisco HPC-E 4548 48-port Gb Ethernet Line Card 1 40K5607 Cisco 1000BASE-T GBIC Module 1 ... -25U Rack 1 26K7477 Cluster Hardware aamp; Fabric Verification - 25U Rack 1 41E8810 1410 - 3-year onsite repair anbsp;...
|Title||:||A Guide to the IBM Clustered Network File System|
|Author||:||Ira Chavis, Dave Coutts, Bob Demkowicz, Jay Huie, Shuzheng Liu, Sheryl Qualters, Daniel Turkenkopf, IBM Redbooks|
|Publisher||:||IBM Redbooks - 2012-08-03|