This is an old wiki page and is out-of-date. It's been retained as some of this information may still be useful.
## Site Overview:
Members of the D’Souza Lab at Harvard University have access to five Linux workstations running a large collection of structural biology software. These workstations share authentication and data directories.
Research Computing support is provided by SBGrid. P lease contact SBGrid here .
| Name | Operating System | Hardware Configuration|Location|Notes|
|chef|Sci Linux, 6.4|Intel Core i7 CPU at 3.6GHz. 4 Cores. 16G of RAM.|NW 311|09/25/2014|
|clyde|Sci Linux, 6.4|Intel Core i7 CPU at 3.20GHz. 6 Cores. 6G of RAM. Nvidia Quadro 4000|NW 311|09/25/2014|
|jack|Sci Linux, 6.4|Intel Core i7 CPU at 3.6GH. 4 Cores. 16G of RAM. Nvidia GeForce 9600GT. |NW 311 |09/25/2014| |kenny|Sci Linux, 6.4|Intel Core i7 CPU at 3.20GHz. 6 Cores. 6G of RAM. Nvidia Quadro FX 380.| NW 311 |09/25/2014 |rufus|Sci Linux, 6.4|Intel Core i7 CPU at 3.6GHz. 4 Cores. 16G of RAM.|NW 311|09/25/2014|HKL2000 licensed system.
| Name | Model | Location | Notes | |---|---|---|---| |carmen|HP LaserJet 4700|Computer Lab|color printer| |vger|Ricoh Aficio C410|Wet Lab|color printer
Data is replicated to a secondary server. Snapshots are taken every hour and kept for 24 hours. Additionally, 7 daily snapshots are kept, 8 weeks, and up to 12 months. If you need a file restored, please contact SBGrid here .
SSH access is available through galactica.mcb.harvard.edu . Remote access is not enabled by default. If you need to access Galactica remotely, please contact SBGrid here .
To report problems regarding the network at Harvard University, or general computing support, contact the Harvard University Help desk.
Last edited by Mick Timony, 2016-09-14 21:56:50