How do I connect to DartFS from Linux?

DartFS is available via two different protocols: NFS and SMB. Linux can mount DartFS volumes with either but for Linux workstations we recommend using SMB because it is less complicated. Older Linux systems supported only the SMB1 protocol, which is not

Overview of Linux Compilers

This cluster has 3 different kinds of compilers GNU Portland Group (PGI) Intel Below is table that shows the different compilers: LANGUAGE GNU COMMAND(S) PGI COMMAND INTEL COMMAND FILE SUFFIX Fortran 77 g77 pgf77 ifort .f .for .FOR ** .F

Services Pricing

In order to help you budget and work with us, whether it is for a grant or a project, the following pricing are in effect: DartFS – network attached data storage: DartFS comes in 2 performance tiers: Tier 3 –

Limitations of using SMB access to DartFS

There are some limitations in the SMB protocol itself, particularly in the permitted characters in file names, and also in the preservation of file metadata (timestamps, permissions, extended attributes).  These show up mostly when using Mac or Linux with DartFS

Research Data Storage on Campus @LSC – DartFS – Coffee and Donuts

Researchers at Dartmouth College can receive 50GB of free, reliable, high-speed network file storage to researchers at Dartmouth through DartFS. DartFS is a network-based storage service for documents and files. Your data can be shared among collaborators, accessed anywhere on

Data Storage/DartFS

Research Computing provides reliable, high-speed network file storage to researchers at Dartmouth through DartFS. DartFS is a network-based storage service for documents and files. Your data can be shared among collaborators, accessed anywhere on or off campus, and is available to all

High Performance Computing

High Performance Computing With a total of 3000+ CPU cores, 120,000 GPU cores, 12+TB of memory, and 1 PB of storage across all systems, our High Performance Computing (HPC) resources allow researchers to run compute intensive, large memory programs quickly

DartFS Lab Permissions

This is more information about DartFS permissions than most people will ever want to learn. We are happy to set up permissions for you if you do not choose to delve into this. Email us at Research.Computing@dartmouth.edu For those who