Talk:Storage and file management
We need the following examples in the section about quotas:
How to check quota on Cedar and Graham:
$ lfs quota ~ $ lfs quota ~/project $ lfs quota ~/scratch
In fact the first command won't work on Graham because $HOME isn't Lustre on that system (it uses NFS I believe). What we do have is the command (a script created by Maxime) called diskusage_report, which I'll mention in the document.
- how do the storage types (e.g. Network Filesystem (NFS), Long-Term Parallel Filesystem, etc.) map to the storage locations we have (e.g. home, project, scratch etc.)?
- which storage locations are Lustre and thus which apply to the "tuning lustre page"