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lenocil [Help]
institute_lorentz:gnulinux_workstations [2018/08/30 14:39]
lenocil [Compilers and libraries]
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 ===== The home disk ===== ===== The home disk =====
 The home disk is `automounted'​ on boot.  The home disk is `automounted'​ on boot. 
-<​code>​+<​code ​bash>
 $ df /home $ df /home
 Filesystem ​        ​1K-blocks ​      ​Used ​ Available Use% Mounted on Filesystem ​        ​1K-blocks ​      ​Used ​ Available Use% Mounted on
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 </​code>​ </​code>​
 Each user has an **__allocated quota__** on the home disk depending on their role within the Lorentz Institute. The standard quota is 4GB, nonetheless it is possible to request extra space. To check your quota settings type Each user has an **__allocated quota__** on the home disk depending on their role within the Lorentz Institute. The standard quota is 4GB, nonetheless it is possible to request extra space. To check your quota settings type
-<​code>​+<​code ​bash>
 $ quota -s $ quota -s
 Disk quotas for user xxxxxx (uid 999x99): ​ Disk quotas for user xxxxxx (uid 999x99): ​
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                  ​12344K ​  ​4786M ​  ​4883M ​            ​279 ​      ​0 ​      ​0 ​       ​                  ​12344K ​  ​4786M ​  ​4883M ​            ​279 ​      ​0 ​      ​0 ​       ​
 </​code>​ </​code>​
-:!: TIP: Regularly check that you are below your assigned quota. Your workstation will stop working correctly if softwares cannot write temporary files in your home folder any more.+:!: Regularly check that you are below your assigned quota. Your workstation will stop working correctly if softwares cannot write temporary files in your home folder any more.
  
 To compile a list of the ten largest files in a directory execute To compile a list of the ten largest files in a directory execute
-<​code>​+<​code ​bash>
 du -h /​home/​your_username/​some_directory | sort -rh | head du -h /​home/​your_username/​some_directory | sort -rh | head
 </​code>​ </​code>​
-Then clean up responsibly.+Then clean up responsibly. ​
  
 ==== Home disk data availability ==== ==== Home disk data availability ====
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 Here we only give a summary of useful commands. Here we only give a summary of useful commands.
-<​code>​+<​code ​bash>
 # shows which environment modules are available # shows which environment modules are available
 module avail module avail
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