A configurable rule based classful token bucket filter network request scheduler for the lustre file system

@inproceedings{Qian2017ACR,
  title={A configurable rule based classful token bucket filter network request scheduler for the lustre file system},
  author={Yingjin Qian and Xi Li and Shuichi Ihara and Lingfang Zeng and J{\"u}rgen Kaiser and Tim S{\"u}{\ss} and Andr{\'e} Brinkmann},
  booktitle={SC},
  year={2017}
}
HPC file systems today work in a best-effort manner where individual applications can flood the file system with requests, effectively leading to a denial of service for all other tasks. This paper presents a classful Token Bucket Filter (TBF) policy for the Lustre file system. The TBF enforces Remote Procedure Call (RPC) rate limitations based on (potentially complex) Quality of Service (QoS) rules. The QoS rules are enforced in Lustre's Object Storage Servers, where each request is assigned… CONTINUE READING

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