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HEPiX Fall 2008 @ ASGC Taipei Summary Report

HEPiX Fall 2008 @ ASGC Taipei Summary Report

HEPiX Fall 2008 @ ASGC Taipei Summary Report. HEPSysMan @ Manchester 6 November 2008 Martin Bly RAL Tier1 Fabric Manager. Overview. Venue/Format/Themes Storage Castor OS/Environment Benchmarking Virtualisation Networking Security Site Reports. Fall HEPiX 2008.

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HEPiX Fall 2008 @ ASGC Taipei Summary Report

HEPiX Fall 2008 @ ASGC Taipei Summary Report

HEPiX Fall 2008 @ ASGC Taipei Summary Report. HEPSysMan @ Manchester 6 November 2008 Martin Bly RAL Tier1 Fabric Manager. Overview. Venue/Format/Themes Storage Castor OS/Environment Benchmarking Virtualisation Networking Security Site Reports. Fall HEPiX 2008.

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