Difference: Automount (2 vs. 3)

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META TOPICPARENT name="LinuxCluster"

Nevis Linux Cluster - Automount

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 usually this is an additional disk that was added to the server. As of May 2010, no servers export any /work partitions.
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/a/teir3/{computer-name}

This maps to the /teir3 directory on the named computer. As of May 2010, only xenia has a /teir3 partition.
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/a/tier3/{computer-name}

This maps to the /tier3 directory on the named computer. As of May 2010, only xenia has a /tier3 partition.
 

/a/file

This maps to the /file directory on the archive file server. For example, if I access
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 server. See the mail-related files page for more information.

/a/apps/local

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This maps to a Nevis application directory (e.g., /usr/nevis on the applications server. This is soft-linked to the directory defined in ${NevisAppBase} on your computer, so the contents of this directory always come from the applications server.
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This maps to a Nevis application directory (e.g., /usr/nevis on the applications server. This is soft-linked to /usr/nevis on your computer, so the contents of this directory always come from the applications server.
 

What does it mean to mount a disk?

 
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