[gpfsug-discuss] GPFS User Group 2014 - Heads Up

Orlando Richards orlando.richards at ed.ac.uk
Fri Jan 17 14:41:58 GMT 2014

Hi Jez,

Thanks for this! One topic I'd love to hear about is "authoritative gpfs 
tuning, tweaking and optimisation". Ideally, I'd like to hear from 
someone who has an authoritative knowledge of the various deep and dark 
GPFS tunables, who has used them in real world scenarios. A walk-through 
of case studies where they have tuned GPFS for performance (or other 
things), highlighting what they did, how they did it, and (critically) 
why they did it, would be absolutely lovely.

Of course - I've no idea if such a person exists or not!


On 17/01/14 14:26, Chair GPFS UG wrote:
> Hello all
>    We've started to plan the next user group - currently slated for end
> of April / early May '14.
> We welcome open discussion regarding agenda items.
> We have our own list, though were not here to dictate. So if there's
> something that may be of interest to the group, please reply back and
> we'll do the leg work.
> Our aim is to make the User Group as relevant as possible for you.
> In addition the presentations from Super Computing 2013 have finally
> been signed off and are now available from the GPFS User Group Website
> under the 'Meetings/Presentations' Menu.
> Regards,
> Jez Tucker - Chair
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