SDSC Thread Graphic Issue 4, February 2006





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User Services Director:
Anke Kamrath

Editor:
Subhashini Sivagnanam

Graphics Designer:
Diana Diehl

Application Designer:
Fariba Fana


Crossword

Many participated in the last issue's trivia. But the person to send the first correct entry is Stanley W. Hicks, NCSA/TG Op Center, UIUC.
Congratulations Stanley!.
We thank others for participating.

Check your answer for last week's trivia
Where was the first CRAY-1 system installed in 1976 and what was CRAY-1's top speed?
Winning Entry: The first system was installed at Los Alamos National Laboratory. The CRAY 1 had a top speed of 133 megaflops.

The crossword below is fillable. Please double-click on the box if you want to change the direction.
If you would like to submit your answers to SDSC for review, please fill out the form below the crossword and hit SUBMIT.
We hope you enjoy our puzzle.

Crossword Contributed by David Hart.

DATASTAR BY THE NUMBERS

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Did you know ..?

that Home directories should not be used for Batch jobs
Home directories are good places for login scripts and source files.Because it is NFS-mounted (slower than GPFS), this area is not suitable for storing large amounts of output from batch jobs. Increased home directory quotas for non-I/O intensive work and CVSROOT area for storing CVS directory trees are provided upon request. Users can request the CVSROOT area by emailing consult@sdsc.edu.- Larry Diegel