OrangeFS - Scale-out Network File System

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OrangeFS is a scale-out network file system designed for use on high-end computing (HEC) systems that provides very high-performance access to multi-server-based disk storage, in parallel. The OrangeFS server and client are user-level code, making them very easy to install and manage. OrangeFS has optimized MPI-IO support for parallel and distributed applications, and it is leveraged in production installations and used as a research platform for distributed and parallel storage.

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