Derived from Fujitsu Exabyte File System.
Open source file system software comprised of a metadata server and object storage targets. Fujitsu is a participant in the Lustre community activities and has proposed its proprietary scalability features in FEFS as a new standard.
Refers to the ability of substitute components to take over the processing tasks of failed components when a system problem occurs.
 Fair share features:
Refers to features that allocate server processing capacity in a way that is fair to each user.
A limit set on the number of files that can be created or total file data capacity for each individual file owner, group, or larger affiliation, in which usage beyond the limit is prohibited.
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This press release has been revised as of December 17, 2018.
Date: 17 October, 2011
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