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 | "​Apps" ​ | ''/​apps'' ​ | NFS  | 20 TB  | none  | Yes  | On request ​ |  | "​Apps" ​ | ''/​apps'' ​ | NFS  | 20 TB  | none  | Yes  | On request ​ | 
 | "​Data" ​ | ''/​lustre/​data'' ​ | Lustre ​ | 1 PB  | none  | NO  | On request only  |  | "​Data" ​ | ''/​lustre/​data'' ​ | Lustre ​ | 1 PB  | none  | NO  | On request only  | 
-| "​BSP" ​ | ''/​lustre/​bsp'' ​ | Lustre ​ | 226 TB  | none  | NO  | BSP only  | +
  
 In the above table **Name** refers to the colloquial name of the file system, i.e., what it is referred to in ordinary speech or writing. In the above table **Name** refers to the colloquial name of the file system, i.e., what it is referred to in ordinary speech or writing.
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 To upload or download data to/from Lustre use the ''​scp''​ login node for small files (~10GB) or the Globus system for **large** files (>​100GB). ​ See the [[guide:​connect|Connection Guide]] for more details and important tips. To upload or download data to/from Lustre use the ''​scp''​ login node for small files (~10GB) or the Globus system for **large** files (>​100GB). ​ See the [[guide:​connect|Connection Guide]] for more details and important tips.
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 +=====Apps=====
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 +The Apps file system contains application codes, libraries, development tools, compilers, etc., installed by the CHPC for our users.
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 +This system is accessed through the GNU modules tool ''​module''​. ​ Examples are provided in the [[quick:​start|Quick Start Guide]].
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 +=====Data=====
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 +By special arrangement research groups may store files and data that are shared by members of that group for longer term (up to 365 days).
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 +=====BSP=====
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 +The BSP file system is for use of projects under the BSP only.  It is never directly accessed but indirectly by users of the Platform.
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