Contact: Peter Ashton
The TF has a Transtec Linux fileserver with 13 Tb (13,000Gb) of disk storage that users can rent space on. The rented space then appears as the users X drive under Windows. The area can also be accessed from UNIX and Apple environments.
For a one-off fee of £25, the MirrorFolder software can be provided which can automatically keep a mirror of locally stored laptop/PC data onto a network drive such as the Technology Facility file server X drive. The software can also be used to keep identical folders on a PC and laptop synchronized while keeping a backup copy on a network drive.
The B102A classroom has a suite of 28 PCs that can be booted into either Windows or Linux. The main teaching area has 24 PCs with one demonstrator's PC which is linked to a high resolution (1280 x 1024) data projector. The classroom can be booked online.
The Technology Facility provides a web hosting service including provision of MySQL database engines.
New or existing databases can be developed for users. Please come and talk to Stuart Priest in the first instance.
If you need to make available data on an FTP site, then the Technology Facility can provide the resources for this.
For people needing specialist computational computing resources the University of York is a member of the White Rose Computational Grid.
Contact: Stuart Priest