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Home directory available on each workstation

When you obtain an accont, a home directory with your login name will be provided.

Note that a home directory for Windows environment and Linux environment are another thing.

Windows environment

Quotas

3GByte

How to check the quotas

You can check the quotas in the following procedure.

If you delete a file from right-click menu, this file will be moved to a trash, not removed. When the total file size exceeds the quotas, note that you cannot delete a file in the following procedure. In this case, enter [Shift + Delete] in order not to move the deleted file to a trash .

  1. Right-click the start button and open "Explorer" from the menu.
  2. Double-click the icon of your account name (example: ua000000) displayed in "Network Drive location" to open it.
  3. After selecting all the folders and files in the directory, right click and select "Properties" and check the usage.

About backup

It is possible to take a backup of your home directory using media such as a USB memory and a CD-R/RW. For more information, refer to "How to write CD-R/RW and DVD-R/RW on the Windows Workstation" (Japanese article) .

Linux environment

Quotas

3GByte

How to check the quotas

As shown below, you can check amount of used disk space using quota command. The following output example shows that 180 MBytes is already used.

% quota -Qs
Disk quotas for user ua000000 (uid 000000):
     Filesystem  blocks   quota   limit   grace   files   quota   limit   grace
hds00:/home/md000
                   180M       0   3072M            4167       0       0

The column "blocks" , which is 180MByte in the above example, indicates how much space you use. The column "limit" indicates the storage limit, which is 3072MByte.

about backup

It is possible to take a backup of your home directory using media such as a USB memory and a CD-R/RW. For more information, refer to "How to backup the home directory on the Linux Workstation" .

Last-Modified: November 8, 2017

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