Yes that is true.
The underlying filesystems are ether NFSv3 provided by a OnStor
bobcat, or a simple Lustre cluster.
All systems are 64bit x86_64. We create files larger than 2GB al the
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On Jan 25, 2008, at 2:03 PM, Jeff Pummill wrote:
> I'm guessing he means the ASC FLASH code which simulates star
> Jeff F. Pummill
> University of Arkansas
> Doug Reeder wrote:
>> Do you mean flash memory, like a USB memory stick. What kid of file
>> system is on the memory. Is there some filesystem limit you are
>> bumping into.
>> Doug Reeder
>> On Jan 25, 2008, at 8:38 AM, Brock Palen wrote:
>>> Is anyone using flash with openMPI? we are here, but when ever it
>>> tries to write its second checkpoint file it segfaults once it gets
>>> to 2.2GB always in the same location.
>>> Debugging is a pain as it takes 3 days to get to that point. Just
>>> wondering if anyone else has seen this same behavior.
>>> Brock Palen
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