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Batch Services at Nevis

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Extra disk space

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In addition to any RAID drives attached to your workgroup's servers, there are additional "common" RAID drives that are intended to be shared among the users of Nevis batch system. They were initially used by the ATLAS and D0 groups, but can be made available to other groups as the need arises. These disks are available via automount on the Linux cluster; each has a capacity of about 1.5TB.
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In addition to any RAID drives attached to your workgroup's servers, there are additional "common" RAID drives that are intended to be shared among the users of Nevis batch system. They were initially used by the ATLAS and D0 groups, but can be made available to other groups as the need arises. These disks are available via automount on the Linux cluster; each has a capacity of about 1.5TB.
  The names of these RAID arrays are:
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Handling disk files

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As you read through the User's Manual chapter on job submission, note that we use a shared file system at Nevis.
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As you read through the User's Manual chapter on job submission, note that we use a shared file system at Nevis.
 
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Because we use a shared file system at Nevis that's based on automount, it's a good idea to include the initialdir attribute in your command scripts. For example, when I submit a script that makes use of files in my directory /a/data/tanya/seligman/kit/TestArea/, I include the following line in my command script to make sure the executing machine has correctly mounted the directory:
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Because we use a shared file system at Nevis that's based on automount, it's a good idea to include the initialdir attribute in your command scripts. For example, when I submit a script that makes use of files in my directory /a/data/tanya/seligman/kit/TestArea/, I include the following line in my command script to make sure the executing machine has correctly mounted the directory:
 
initialdir = /a/data/tanya/seligman/kit/TestArea/ 
 
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