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comp.arch.storage FAQ 2/2
Section - [3.2] National Storage Lab {Brief}

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From: Hierarchical Storage Management

NSL is an industry consortium (American companies only) that has a
version of Unitree, and is creating their own new High Performance
Storage System.

HPSS, among other features, supports striping of removable media, and
full 64-bit files. Some of the work is being done at LLNL, where
UniTree was originally developed.
There's a good overview reachable at
http://www.ccs.ornl.gov/HPSS/HPSS.html.

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