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But its lustre gleamed upon the ceiling; the exquisite texture of its wings brushed against that earthly medium; and a sparkle or two, as of stardust, floated downward and lay glimmering on the carpet.
The enhancements offer significant value by making Intel Enterprise Edition for Lustre configuration and setup easy, while also reducing the ongoing administrative burden through proactive diagnostics based on Lustre-specific metrics and tests, for example.
The company that leads the industry in High Performance Computing (HPC) storage management software, Terascala, has announced that it has launched open-source parallel file system Lustre version 2.
WORLDWIDE COMPUTER PRODUCTS NEWS-June 23, 2014-Cray introduces tiered storage for Lustre file system
A lustre is a thin layer of metal that is deposited on to the surface of the pot during firing to produce a lustrous surface.
Tokyo, Nov 16, 2011 - (JCN Newswire) - Fujitsu, the global IT products and services company, and Whamcloud, a venture-backed company formed from a worldwide network of high-performance computing (HPC) storage industry veterans, announced today that both parties agreed to the principal terms of joint Lustre development.
IF your interest is pottery then there is nothing more desirable than Wedgwood Fairyland Lustre.
In stunning bronze packaging, the range includes pearly metallic eyeshadows, lustre liners in glimmering shades, sleek sheer lipsticks and the sun lustre bronzer and ultra soft brush.
During this period, while many antique items have risen in price many have fallen - none more so than that old Welsh favourite, copper lustre pottery.
The Lustre file system is a next-generation cluster storage solution, designed to serve clusters with up to tens of thousands of nodes, manage petabytes of storage, and transfer hundreds of gigabytes per second with state-of-the-art security and management infrastructure.
The HP StorageWorks SFS product utilizes the Lustre file system's object-based architecture to deliver breakthrough I/O bandwidth for Linux clusters.