Working my way through a backlog of emails I just checked the page:
and noticed IC is listed as:
> Location 2004 2007 Capacity Available Used Used (%) Classic SE/SRM FileSpace Type
> Imperial College 13.6 93.3 0.31 0.288 0.022 7 Classic SE, SRM permanent, volatile
Like Manchester, the IC dCache SRM is not reporting it's space properly,
so these capacities relates only to the Classic-SE. The SRM has 2.6TB
of disc space.
Philip Clark wrote:
> Alessandra Forti <[log in to unmask]> writes:
>>manchester has 500 GB in SRM but they are not published due to the bug
>>in the info system. Sheffield has 2 TB I'm not sure why only 700GB are
> Hi Alessandra,
> Yep, we know about your bug. Have you heard anything back about it yet?
> Does sheffield have a second SE that we don't know about? Sounds like
> the information system there is not getting the full space.
> The first two columns are based on targets from the MoUs. I suspect the
> information wasn't clear for UCL and Manchester. Anyway, this just means
> you are surpassing the target.
> You still need a another TB(s) for NorthGrid to take the lead :)
> [If only I could get Edinburghs 20 TBs online...]
> SouthGrid 5.657
> London 5.028
> ScotGrid 3.929
> NorthGrid 2.775
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