This section of our website explains how you can use the NSC Centre Storage system to store your data and how to manage a project's storage area. Technical information on the storage system can be found here.
Introduction to Centre Storage. What is it, and how do you use it to store your data? Where should you store different kinds of data? All users should read this.
How NSC protects (or not) your data from hardware failures and other dangers. All users should read this.
The policy for how you and NSC are supposed to use this storage system. All users should read this.
What happens to my data when my project ends or if I'm removed from the project? All users should read this.
What project PIs need to know about managing their project's storage. All project PIs should read this.
How to apply for more storage space or the ability to store more files. All project PIs should read this.
File permissions, ACLs etc explained
How to recover deleted files yourself or with the help of NSC
Do I own my files? What rights do the project PI have? Is the data public? What if I can no longer access files I created in a project directory?
Move data to, from and within NSC Centre Storage
Storage can be tied to a compute project or in a separate storage projects. Here we explain the differences.