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 ====== Virtual Desktop Server ====== ====== Virtual Desktop Server ======
  
-Leiden Observatory provides a cluster of six powerful compute servers that bachelor and master students can use for their research projects (the old ''bach1,2,3'' servers are now integrated in this system and the original ''/net/bach#/data2'' disks have been copied to ''/net/vdesk/data2/bach#''). Students are expected to use their own laptop or home computer (or possibly some other device) to connect to the cluster via the internet. This page provides information on how to connect to the cluster, and some basic information on how to use it. More general information about the computer environment and the software used by Leiden Observatory can be found [[:sterrewacht_strw|here]]. **Be aware that the storage space available to users on the ''/home'' disk is very limited** and student should familiarise themselves with the [[linux:disk_quota| disk quota system]] in place on the /home disk to avoid issues. You can store your research data on the ''/data2'' disk. **Note**: Do NOT use the ''/data1'' disk. It is small and not for you to use!+Leiden Observatory provides a cluster of six powerful compute servers that bachelor and master students can use for their research projects (the old ''bach1,2,3'' servers are now integrated in this system and the original ''/net/bach#/data2'' disks have been copied to ''/net/vdesk/data2/bach#''). Students are expected to use their own laptop or home computer (or possibly some other device) to connect to the cluster via the internet. This page provides information on how to connect to the cluster, and some basic information on how to use it. More general information about the computer environment and the software used by Leiden Observatory can be found [[:sterrewacht_strw|here]]. **Be aware that the storage space available to users on the ''/home'' disk is very limited** and student should familiarize themselves with the [[linux:disk_quota| disk quota system]] in place on the /home disk to avoid issues. You can store your research data on the ''/data2'' disk which has no quota. **Note**: Do NOT use the ''/data1'' disk. It is small and not for you to use!
  
 ===== Overview ===== ===== Overview =====
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