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An in-memory file system, connected with RDMA, that has huge inodes.
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gassyfs - distributed in-memory file system over RDMA

GassyFS is a FUSE-based file system that
stores data in distributed remote memory. Remote memory is managed and
accessed using GASNet, which supports
RDMA over a wide
variety of high-performance network interconnects, as well as supporting
slower network access methods such as UDP that are useful for development. The
Gassy file system is intended to be used in a manner analagous to
tmpfs, but when the amount of RAM needed
exceeds that of a single node.

Testing

The file system is regularly tested with a variety of workloads. The following
workloads are tested for each travis-ci.org build:

  • Run the Tuxera POSIX test suite (test/posix.sh)
  • Build Git and run unit tests (test/git.sh)
  • samtools

An additional set of larger workloads (in addition to those listed above) are
run prior to each release:

  • Build the Linux kernel (test/kernel.sh)
  • Build the Ceph storage system (test/ceph.sh)
  • Multiple configurations of iozone (test/iozone.sh)
  • Build PostgreSQL and run tests (test/postgres.sh)
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