Difference: DiskSharing (5 vs. 6)

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Disk sharing and the condor batch system

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 Here's a diagram of how sharing works:
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Important! If you're skimming this page, stop and read this paragraph! The /home and /share partitions are backed up nightly. The other partitions (/scratch, /data, etc.) are not backed up at all.
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Important! If you're skimming this page, stop and read this paragraph! The /home and /share partitions are backed up nightly. The other partitions (/scratch, /data, etc.) are not backed up at all.
  "OK, I'll put all my stuff where it's backed up." This is a bad strategy: you'll fill up the disk; your jobs will crash; your fellow users will complain. Put files that you personally create (e.g., programs, thesis, plots) on /home or /share. Files that are automatically created (e.g., Monte Carlo output, n-tuples, log files, output files) should be placed in /data or /scratch.
 
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