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Published on Oct 9, 2014
The ARCHER system has a number of different filesystems and data storage hardware associated with it. Understanding the purposes and configurations of the different filesystems, the disk quotas, and how disk quotas are managed in SAFE is useful to enable proper use of ARCHER and to ensure your jobs don't fail or you don't lose valuable data. A short presentation at the start of this tutorial, given by Adrian Jackson (EPCC and ARCHER CSE Support) addresses the following: what filesystem hardware do we have on ARCHER? which filesystems are backed up? what is the RDF? which filesystems can be accessed from production jobs? how do you work out how much disk space you are using? how are disk quotas managed in projects?
The aim of the presentation was to initiate online discussions between users and staff on the ARCHER filesystems or any other aspect of the ARCHER service.