How can I tell who are members of an AFS group?
Description: To get a list of the users’ Onyens in an AFS group, execute this command either from a UNIX window, or at a PC ‘s command prompt: pts mem groupname where groupname is the AFS group. For more detailed information, see Introduction to AFS.
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How much AFS space do I have?
Description: How much AFS space do I have? There are two main types of AFS space: personal and departmental. AFS space can be used to store data, including web pages. For more information on personal and departmental allocations/quotas, send email to ITS-STORAGE.
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Introduction to OASIS Filer Space
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Subversion Repository at Research Computing
Description: About Subversion Hosted at Research Computing Apache Subversion (SVN) is a popular version control system made available to Research Computing customers upon request. Some features of this repository hosting implementation are: Secure network access HTTPS/SSL Access restricted to UNC network or Campus VPN Kerberos (ONYEN) authentication Daily repository back-ups Directory-level permissions Requesting Access to the […]
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Getting Started on myfiles.unc.edu (NAS)
Description: Introduction ITS offers a Network Attached Storage (NAS) file storage solution. The service is hosted on \\myfiles.unc.edu. Full time faculty and staff can subscribe to the service. They receive a personal allocation of 10 GB. (Please note: 2 GB is reserved for snapshots) To Subscribe Subscribe to the service via the Onyen website: https://onyen.unc.edu Click […]
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How do I get webspace for my student organization?
Description: Go to the Student Organization Group ID Requests site, fill in the requested information, and then submit the form.
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Introduction to AFS
Description: What is AFS? AFS is a distributed file system similar to a Windows or UNIX file server that allows Windows and UNIX computers to use the same file space. Casual Windows and UNIX users will see little difference between working with files on the local hard drive and working with files stored in AFS space. […]
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Connecting to isis.unc.edu using Fetch in Mac OS 10.
Description: What is Fetch? Fetch is an application for the Macintosh that supports the secure file transfer protocol (SFTP). The program is available as a free download to UNC faculty, staff, and students at the UNC Shareware site. Using Fetch Once you have downloaded and installed Fetch you can open the program which will take you […]
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What are some of the most common backup strategies available at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill?
Description: What are some of the most common backup strategies available at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill? Suffice to say, there are quite a few. For your ease, a dynamic Backup Strategy Page is available at http://its.unc.edu/services/storage-and-servers/.
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AFS
Description: About AFS is a distributed file system similar to a Windows or UNIX file server that allows Windows and UNIX computers to use the same file space. Casual Windows and UNIX users will see little difference between working with files on the local hard drive and working with files stored in AFS space. AFS can […]
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