Dropbox is a general-utility cloud-based data storage system that is mounted on all nodes of our computational infrastructure, and is accessible everywhere under the same filesystem path. It can therefore be used to conveniently share files everywhere across the platform, as it is often necessary when dealing with the auxiliary files required for the simulations (for example, pseudopotentials).
Warning: limited capacity
Dropbox is meant for non-bulky data and has a storage capacity administratively limited to 1 Gb per user.
Interface, its file contents can be inspected from within its dedicated page.
In the table below, we list the parts of our infrastructure where Dropbox is accessible from. Under the Web
|Dropbox is Accessible From|
|Command Line Interface|
|Data on Disks|
The usage of the "Dropbox" term is purely for the purpose of assisting our readers with the concept of universally available storage and has no implication of the usage of products or services of the Dropbox file sharing service.