Commit 9d413532 authored by Robert Ricci's avatar Robert Ricci

Mention /groups in a few places.

parent 8bab2cc1
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Each project has its own directory, rooted at <tt>/proj</tt>,
which is available via NFS to all of the nodes in experiments
running in that project. For example, when the "RON" project was
created, a directory called /proj/RON was also created. This
created, a directory called <tt>/proj/RON</tt> was also created. This
directory is owned by the project creator, and is in the unix
group "RON." Its permission (mode) is 770; read/write/execute
permitted by the project creator and by all of the members of the
......@@ -689,16 +689,22 @@
the RON project.
</p>
<p>
Sub-groups within a project likewise have a directory in the
<tt>/groups</tt> tree. A group named "group1" in the RON project
would thus have a group directory in <tt>/groups/RON/group1</tt>.
</p>
<p>
Project members are encouraged to store any files needed by their
experiments in the corresponding /proj project directory.
experiments in the corresponding /proj or /groups directory.
</p>
<li><a NAME="UTT-6"></a>
<font size='+1'><b>Are my files on
<b>users.emulab.net</b> backed up (filesaved)?</b></font>
<p>
Yes. All of the files in your home directory on /users, and all of
the files in your project directory in /proj are filesaved. While
Yes. All of the files in your home directory on /users, all of
the files in your project directory in /proj, and all of the files
in your groups directory in /groups are filesaved. While
we can restore lost files in an emergency, we encourage you to
back up critical data on your own to avoid (possibly long) delays
in conducting your experiments.
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