Versions: [0.9.2, 1.0]


Download        : docker pull ghcr.io/autamus/unifyfs
Compressed Size : 69MB


User level file system that enables applications to use node-local storage as burst buffers for shared files. Supports scalable and efficient aggregation of I/O bandwidth from burst buffers while having the same life cycle as a batch-submitted job. UnifyFS is designed to support common I/O workloads, including checkpoint/restart. While primarily designed for N-N write/read, UnifyFS compliments its functionality with the support for N-1 write/read.


Pull (Download)

To download the latest version of unifyfs run,

docker pull ghcr.io/autamus/unifyfs:latest

or to download a specific version of unifyfs run,

docker pull ghcr.io/autamus/unifyfs:0.9.2


To run the container as an application run,

docker run --rm ghcr.io/autamus/unifyfs unifyfs --version

or to run the container in an interactive session run,

docker run -it --rm ghcr.io/autamus/unifyfs bash

Mounting volumes between the container and your machine

To access files from your machine within the unifyfs container you’ll have to mount them using the -v external/path:internal/path option.

For example,

docker run -v ~/Documents/Data:/Data ghcr.io/autamus/unifyfs unifyfs /Data/myData.csv

which will mount the ~/Documents/Data directory on your computer to the /Data directory within the container.


If you’re looking to use this container in an HPC environment we recommend using Singularity-HPC to use the container just as any other module on the cluster. Check out the SHPC unifyfs container here.