. When you make a
page worth pointing to from the sidebar, drop me a note and I can add it.
On 08/14/2014 09:37 AM, Cory Spitz wrote:
Oops, I meant to copy lwg(a)lists.opensfs.org (not lustre.org
LWG, see below.
On 8/14/14, 11:34 AM, "Cory Spitz" <spitzcor(a)cray.com> wrote:
> Perhaps there might be a way to collect 'contrib' documents that are not
> core to Lustre with OpenSFS. I suggest that you could make a place at
for them. I think that we can ask the
> lwg(a)lists.lustre.org group about it first (copied).
> LWG, can we host 'contrib' docs somewhere on the OpenSFS wiki? Perhaps we
> should create a whole new "Documentation" sidebar to get started?
> On 8/14/14, 8:41 AM, "Scott Nolin" <scott.nolin(a)ssec.wisc.edu>
>> I should also add - many of those documents just don't belong in the
>> lustre manual anyway, such as monitoring JBOD arrays. But nonetheless
>> may be useful for some lustre installations.
>> On 8/14/2014 8:40 AM, Scott Nolin wrote:
>>> Hi Andrew,
>>> Much of this information is notes and not in a finished format, so it's
>>> a problem of how much time we have.
>>> The other issue is contributing to the manual is somewhat cumbersome as
>>> you have to submit patches -
>>> The bar there is a bit higher - we have to be pretty confident the
>>> information that's added is correct, know if it's just for some
>>> of lustre, and so on. As opposed to simply "here are our notes that
>>> for us".
>>> I will try to review what we have and if anything looks really
>>> or missing in the lustre manual we will attempt to issue a patch.
>>> I think in general the lustre manual is correct, but not always
>>> sufficient. I think the process does make sure incorrect stuff doesn't
>>> go in at least, but makes it hard to add information.
>>> On 8/14/2014 6:13 AM, Andrew Holway wrote:
>>>> Hi Scott,
>>>> Great job! Would you consider merging with the standard Lustre docs?
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