20 June 2017

Storage news from HEPSYSMAN

Good news is that I heard some good talks (and possibly gave one) at HEPSYSMAN meeting this week . (Just in time for the WLCG workshop next week.) WE started with a day regarding IPv6 (which other than increasing my knowledge of networking. These talks also highlighted the timescale for storage to be dual homed for WLCG, volume and monitoring of traffic over IPv6 (in Dave Kelsey talk ) and issues with 3rd party transfers (form talk by Tim Chown.)
During HEPSYSMAN proper , many good things from different sites were reported. Of interest is how sites should evolve. Their was also a very interesting talk on comparing RAID6 and ZFS.  Slides from the workshop should be available from here:

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