Frequently Asked Questions
The payment made for the use of disk space is not a sales price, but a service fee. The student buys a service, not title to the space on the disk. Think in terms of monthly telephone service, you pay for the right to use the telephone lines when you pay your monthly phone bill. The University owns the medium; it does not purport to own copyrightable work placed on/in the medium.
Math Department Computing FAQ
At the moment, there are no quotas. This *does not mean*, however, that you can use hundreds of megabytes of disk space. Remember that you are sharing the same disk with many other grad students. Please be courteous. To find out how much space you are using, type "du -s" (no quotes) in your home directory. The number that is returned is in kilobytes. For example: cantor> du -s 8437 means that I am using 8+ megabytes of space.
PSNI - FAQs
SNAP Health Center requires an average of 50KB per student. PSNI has designed a database that has very little redundant stored data- data is stored once but accessed where it is needed.
University of Utah Mathematics Department FAQ: Disk usage
long as your filesystem has enough free space, excess use is unlikely to be noticed. However, systems staff may monitor disk usage at any time, and may send users with large directory trees gentle, or perhaps not-so-gentle, reminders that some cleanup is in order. If disk-full problems persist, and the space needs are legitimate, then systems staff may compress large old files, or move selected large login directory trees to another filesystem with more space.
NIST Iris Challenge Evaluation FAQ
Participants will be given access to a 75Gbyte partition for the directory structure described in the ICE 2006 protocol. The directory structure includes a "temp" directory. The header in the similarity file is read as text and the similarity scores are read as binary. Since the header information is read as text, the ICE score code can handle both Unix and Windows text files. I have posted the C++ classes for reading and writing similarity files on bbs.bee-biometrics.org.
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Basically logfiles do not use your disk space. But you have the possibility to save logfiles on your virtual hosts for further processing on your local machine. If you activate this feature, the logfiles uses your disk space as long as you delete them after you have them downloaded. This feature is disabled by default.
GMT - Frequently Asked GMT Questions
Disk space: GMT contains some 100,000 lines of code. On a Linux workstation the executables take up about 15-50 Mb depending on use of shared libraries. In addition there are support data such as GSHHS coastlines, rivers, and political boundaries. The default distribution of these data includes intermediate, low and crude resolution versions which together takes up another 5 Mb of space. These are sufficient for most regional map applications.
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The disk space required will continue to grow with the addition of new chat sessions being archived, canned responses being added, etc.
Jim Lamb : Team Foundation Server FAQ
Yes. You can use the Visual Studio Team Foundation Server MSSCCI Provider Beta 2, but be sure to disable strong name validation.