School of Earth Sciences Computing Resources
- High performance, high capacity network file server for entire School of Earth Sciences.
- Individuals each have a 10 Gigabyte "home share".
- Research groups can get large shares to store data and analyses.
- Web server for entire School of Earth Sciences -
hosts School, department, research and personal sites.
- Also provides anonymous ftp service for sharing files with outside
- Network use policies for the School of Earth Sciences.
- Tips for securing your computer on the network.
- Connect a computer or printer to the Earth Sciences network.
- Configure a computer to work on the network.
- Overview of Network Services.
- Overview of the Earth Sciences network architecture.
- The School maintains computer labs in Mitchell Earth Sciences.
- Mitchell A65 teaching cluster.
- Mitchell A59 G.R.I.D. cluster for graphics and research.
- Operated by the School as a shared facility.
- Provides high performance multiprocessor and cluster systems for
computationally intensive research.
- Sponsors courses and workshops in cluster programming.
It is crucial that you keep all of your important files backed-up in one form
or another in case your computer is stolen, damaged, or has its memory erased
as result of a virus or hacker attack.
computer backup services are available in the School.
The School of Earth Sciences automatically configures supported computers
to use BigFix power management and encourages its use on personally-owned
computers to save energy.
The School of Earth Sciences has a self-service video conferencing facility
in the Green Earth Sciences conference room 361.
University licensed software, computer clusters, multi-media technology
labs, and time-sharing computing, plus hardware and software support.
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