Data, Collaboration, Compute
SciServer provides two networked storage pools to store user data that can be accessed and used by all SciServer applications, in particular SciServer Compute: Storage and Temporary. Within each of these, users can create top level “User Volumes” within which they write data (folders and files), and which can be shared with other users.
To ensure that Storage and Temporary storage do not become full, SciServer has introduced the following rules governing the allocation and reclamation of user space:
SciServer provide two storage options for databases that can be used with the SciServer CASJobs application. This follows a similar pattern to the File Storage allocation:
To ensure that MyDB and MyScratch storage do not become full, SciServer has introduced the following rules governing the allocation and reclamation of user space:
SciServer's Data Storage Policy is subject to change. However, SciServer will not delete user data as a result of a policy change that decreases users' storage allocation.SciServer tools and services may only be used for non-commercial purposes. Logging in and using the SciServer system implies your acknowledgement and acceptance of this policy.