I'm currently in the process of slowly converting 21 clusters
totaling 2300+ processors over to XFS.
These machines are running a fairly stock RH7.1+XFS. The
application is our own custom scheduler for doing genomic
research. We have one of the worlds largest sequencing
labs which generates a tremendous amount of raw data. Vast
amounts of CPU cycles must be applied to it to turn it
into useful data we can then sell access to.
> What I _am_ looking for is something like "The human
>genome project stores all data on Linux/XFS" :)
We're not with the HGP, but we do process a huge amount of human
currently, a minority of these machines are running XFS,
but as I can get downtime on the clusters I am upgrading
them to 7.1+XFS. When I'm done, it'll be about 10TB of XFS
goodness... across 9G disks mostly.
If you want any additional info, lemme know.
(BTW, when I spoke at LinuxWorld this year about the
clusters, I put in a nice plug for you guys :-)