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institute_lorentz:gnulinux_workstations [2018/08/30 14:26]
lenocil [The home disk]
institute_lorentz:gnulinux_workstations [2018/10/08 07:43]
lenocil [Local disks]
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 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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 /​dev/​md0 ​      ​1922599800 27092644 1797821652 ​  2% /data2 /​dev/​md0 ​      ​1922599800 27092644 1797821652 ​  2% /data2
 </​code>​ </​code>​
-In most cases, but not always, /data2 is configured as the mount point of a RAID[1|5] stack, meaning that data in it have a certain level of redundancy which can protect against disk failures. Note however, that storing all  data on /data2 in RAID configuration will still not prevent data loss if all disks in the array `die', ​ your computer tower gets destroyed by a fire  or in any other disastrous event. **You are strongly encourage to keep your personal backup of any important data.**+In most cases, ​**but not always**, /data2 is configured as the mount point of a RAID[1|5] stack, meaning that data in it have a certain level of redundancy which can protect against disk failures. Note however, that storing all  data on /data2 in RAID configuration will still not prevent data loss if all disks in the array `die', ​ your computer tower gets destroyed by a fire  or in any other disastrous event. **You are strongly encourage to keep your personal backup of any important data.**
  
 To check if any of your workstation'​s disks are arranged in a RAID configuration type To check if any of your workstation'​s disks are arranged in a RAID configuration type
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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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