Do you require rapid access to shared data between multiple servers within a Linux® high-performance computing (HPC) cluster on a Storage Area Network (SAN)? The HPE Clustered Extents File System is designed to provide simultaneous, high speed shared access to data between clustered Linux servers connected to a SAN, where each server in the cluster has direct high-speed data channels to a shared set of disks. The servers share a single name-space within the cluster, so each server can see all files, and can access files at local to near-local speeds. HPE Clustered Extents File System can scale for bandwidth or I/O by adding additional storage or network connections and provide for high availability (HA) of data within a design that detects and automatically recovers from server or network failure.
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