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Published on Feb 13, 2012
Corral is a system deployed in April 2009 by the Texas Advanced Computing Center to support data-centric science at the University of Texas. Corral consists of 1.2 Petabytes of online disk and a number of servers providing high-performance storage for all types of digital data. It supports MySQL and Postgres databases, high-performance parallel file system, and web-based access, and other network protocols for storage and retrieval of data to and from sophisticated instruments, HPC simulations, and visualization laboratories. A high-performance parallel file system based on Lustre is accessible directly from TACC's world-class computational resources, Ranger and Lonestar, as well as Stallion, the world's largest tile display, enabling both mathematical and visual analysis of petabyte-scale datasets.