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Linux Cluster Disk Guide

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This is a guide to issues with disk storage on the on the Linux cluster. To find out how disks on one system can be accessed from another, see the automount page. To understand different partition names (e.g., why are there /share and /scratch directories), see the disk sharing page.

The most important thing to learn from this page is that /home and /share partitions are backed up. /data and /scratch are not. Read the rest of this page to understand why and what you can do about this.

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The most important things to learn from this page:
  • /home and /share partitions are backed up.
  • /data and /scratch are not.
  • The disk quota for temporary and guest accounts is 10GB.

This is a guide to issues with disk storage on the on the Linux cluster.

  • To find out how disks on one system can be accessed from another, see the automount page.
  • To understand different partition names (e.g., why are there /share and /scratch directories), see the disk sharing page.
  • To learn about the server for temporary and guest accounts, see the student file server page.
 

How much disk space do I have?

 
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