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= Description =
 
= Description =
 
CASTOR,  which stands for the CERN Advanced STORage manager,  is a hierarchical storage management (HSM) system developed at CERN used to store physics production files and user files.   
 
CASTOR,  which stands for the CERN Advanced STORage manager,  is a hierarchical storage management (HSM) system developed at CERN used to store physics production files and user files.   
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Latest revision as of 15:27, 21 April 2021





CASTOR, which stands for the CERN Advanced STORage manager, is a hierarchical storage management (HSM) system developed at CERN used to store physics production files and user files.
Homepage:http://castor.web.cern.ch/
Function:Storage


Description[edit]

CASTOR, which stands for the CERN Advanced STORage manager, is a hierarchical storage management (HSM) system developed at CERN used to store physics production files and user files.

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Development Activity[edit]