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storage_home_directories [2019/01/09 14:24]
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storage_home_directories [2019/01/09 14:34]
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 ====== Home Directories ====== ====== Home Directories ======
  
-Your home directory in CS is a network storage volume that is associated with your account. ​ Any Linux/Unix server you log in to should have your home directory mounted, likewise with Windows desktops (mounted as K:/).  New home directories are now located under ''​%%/​u%%''​.+Your home directory in CS is a network storage volume that is associated with your account. ​ Any Linux/Unix server you log in to should have your home directory mounted, likewise with Windows desktops (mounted as K:/).  New home directories are now located under ''​%%/​u%%'' ​and are limited to 20G of space. 
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 +After logging in to one of our Linux servers, your working directory will be your home directory 
 + 
 +<​code>​ 
 +[xyz1ab@portal01 ~]$ pwd 
 +/u/xyz1ab 
 +[xyz1ab@portal01 ~]$ df -h . 
 +Filesystem ​           Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on 
 +corezfs01:/​u/​xyz1ab ​  ​20G ​ 5.2M   ​20G ​  1% /u/xyz1ab 
 +</​code>​
  
 All user home directories for the department are now stored on ZFS storage located in the "​003"​ server room in Rice Hall. ZFS is a widely used, industry-standard storage platform that offers modern features such as backups/​snapshots. User data is stored on a Nexsan E-Series storage appliance capable of scaling to 6 petabytes in a single 42U server rack. The disk arrays in this device are connected to a SAN (storage area network) via 8Gb fiber-channel and served over NFS by servers running Solaris. All user home directories for the department are now stored on ZFS storage located in the "​003"​ server room in Rice Hall. ZFS is a widely used, industry-standard storage platform that offers modern features such as backups/​snapshots. User data is stored on a Nexsan E-Series storage appliance capable of scaling to 6 petabytes in a single 42U server rack. The disk arrays in this device are connected to a SAN (storage area network) via 8Gb fiber-channel and served over NFS by servers running Solaris.
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