Commons Storage — $100 per terabyte per year, billed monthly based on current usage (Free up to 500 GB)
Long Term Storage — $1,000 per terabyte for 10 years, billed upfront based on the allocation
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Connecting to the petaLibrary
To request a storage allocation on the petaLibrary, the Principle Investigator of a research project will fill out the petaLibrary Access Request form.
SMB (Linux, Mac OS, Windows): While users are on the UWyo network connecting to the petaLibrary can be accessed from any of the three primary OS families using their standard tools:
Linux File Browser and OS X Mac Finder:
Windows File Explorer:
Connecting While Off-Campus Network
Getting connected to Globus Data Transfer: Globus
The Globus endpoint name for the petaLibrary is "ARCC petaLibrary".
RHEL 7, and Ubuntu 16.04/10 Linux users will need to add the following lines to the Global section of the /etc/samba/smb.conf file:
client max protocol = SMB3
Note: RHEL 6 is currently unable to connect to the petaLibrary. ARCC is working on a solution.
Access from Teton
The petaLibrary is accessible from the Teton compute cluster at 10 gbps. You can access homes and common by changing directory to /petalibrary. Teton documentation can be found on the Teton page.
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petaLibrary Road Map
Within the next year, we hope to enable the Own Cloud to provide DropBox like functionality.
Collaboration with Regional Institutions