Content tagged with #Technical-Bulletins

September 30, 2015.
The High Performance Storage System (HPSS) archival storage system at Livermore Computing (LC) imposes a yearly growth-based quota. Reset each year on fiscal year boundaries, the FY16 (10/1/2015–9/30/2016) storage quotas per user are in the following technical bulletin.

September 25, 2019.
Livermore Computing (LC) will be conducting facility work that full power outages of Buildings 451 and 654.

September 25, 2015.
Livermore Computing (LC) will be conducting facility work that requires two full power outages of Buildings 451 and 4525. Based on the availability of LLNL and LC electricians and staff, the outages are schedule from July 30-August 3 and October 15-19, 2015. The two outage schedules are detailed in the following technical bulletin.

June 24, 2015.
The High Performance Storage System (HPSS) archival storage system at Livermore Computing (LC) imposes a yearly growth-based quota. Reset each year on fiscal year boundaries, the current storage quotas per user are found in this technical bulletin.

Updated 1/7/19. DEPRECATED: This TB has been deprecated because the following utilities are now defunct: hsi2cielo, removed in 2015; hsi2slic, removed 1/23/19. Use scp instead.
May 22, 2015.
Similar to FTP or NFT, Hierarchical Storage Interface (HSI) is a client for communicating with the storage system at Livermore Computing. HSI offers a modest level of concurrency in file transfers, although it does not have the level of reliability of NFT.

May 11, 2015.
To improve file system availability on the Secure Computing Facility (SCF), Livermore Computing (LC) will begin to cross-mount file systems so that they can be accessible from additional clusters.

March 17, 2015.
Livermore Computing (LC) is pleased to announce the deployment of a new 200-TB /nfs/tmp file system on the Collaboration Zone (CZ). The /nfs/tmp file system provides temporary file space on LC production machines.

March 25, 2015.
As a forum to share information and important announcements, the Livermore Computing (LC) users meetings are scheduled routinely to get feedback and, most importantly, to hear from users about how the machines are used and what LC can do to accommodate their needs. This technical bulletin contains the agenda for the next users meeting scheduled on April 23, 2015.

January 23, 2015.
Livermore Computing (LC) now offers two methods for moving files from the Open Computing Facility (OCF) to the iSNSI network. In addition to the existing method using tape technology and computer operator ‘sneakernet,’ a new method available now uses an electronic One Way Link (OWL).

January 15, 2015.
Livermore Computing (LC) now offers two methods for moving files from the Open Computing Facility (OCF) to the iSNSI network. In addition to the existing method using tape technology and computer operator ‘sneakernet,’ a new method available now uses an electronic One Way Link (OWL).

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