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Revision as of 12:56, 30 August 2016

Introduction

On our cluster, we provide multiple storage systems, which are optimized for different purposes. Since the available storage space on our clusters is limited and shared between all users, we set quotas in order to prevent single users from filling up an entire storage system with their data. A summary of general questions about file systems and storage can be found in our FAQ. If you have questions or encounter problems with the storage systems provided on our clusters, then please contact cluster support.

Personal storage (everyone)

Home

Scratch

Group storage (sharholders only)

Project

Work

External storage

Central NAS

Local NAS

Comparison

Choosing the optimal storage system

File transfer

Command line tools

Graphical tools

Quotas