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.
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.
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.
DCE Frequently Asked Questions
According to a paper present by Dan Hamel of Transarc, at the Decorum conference in February 1994, the following can be used as rough guidelines: end-user machines: Each dce_login creates new credential files, which can build up. Space usage can range from less than 1k to over 100k. The security server as shipped by the Open Group keeps all security registry information resident in main memory, which means that the security host machine needs memory as well as disk.
an example, consider a file of 100,000 lines with an integer and text description on each line. Suppose the text string avergages twenty bytes in length. The flat file would be 2.8 MB. The size of the PostgreSQL database file containing this data can be estimated as 5.
Installation and Upgrade
You can probably cram the basics (i.e. base and etc distribution sets) into 80 MB or less, but here are some words of wisdom from Bill Studenmund (firstname.lastname@example.org): 100 meg would get you going for a root partition, but depending upon the toys, you'll want more. My setup is ~100 Meg for my root partition, and ~350 Meg for my USR partition.
MKS Toolkit, Développement UNIX et Windows - FAQs
This depends upon the nature of your program. X11 applications typically need more disk space than a daemon or a character-based application. The MKS NuTCRACKER Workstation requires around 4Mb of disk space. The NuTCRACKER Deployment Wizard will estimate how much disk space you will need, based on the components you need to redistribute.
Internet Scout Project - CWIS
The CWIS software itself requires less than 5 MB. Database storage requirements will, of course, vary with the number of resource records stored, but the disk usage is very modest by today's standards, since CWIS is primarily storing text-based metadata.
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.
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.