Yale Courses on the YCRC Clusters
The YCRC Grace and Farnam clusters can be made available for Yale courses with a suitable computational component.
All course allocations are temporary. All associated accounts and data will be removed one month after the last day of exams for that semester.
If you are interested in using a YCRC cluster in your Yale course, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Courses on the YCRC clusters are typically granted a standard 1TiB project storage quota, as well as 125GiB home directory for each student. See our cluster storage documentation for details. In addition to storage, you may request a small number of nodes (usually 1-2) be dedicated to your students for the semester. These nodes will be placed in a partition named after the course ID. Please inform us if your course requires any special resources, such as GPU-enabled nodes.
All course allocations on the cluster are temporary. We will delete all accounts, data and remove the dedicated partition one month after the last day of exams for that semester. If you or a member of your course needs extended access, please contact us as early as possible.
If you are taking a course that uses a YCRC cluster, you will be granted a temporary account on that cluster with the name "courseID_netid". This account has special access to a modest storage allocation for your course and, in some cases, dedicated compute resource in a partition named after the course ID. All course-related accounts are subject to the same policies and expectation as standard accounts. See our Getting Started documentation for more information.
All accounts associated with the course are temporary and will be deleted one month after the last day of exams for that semester. If you require continued access to the cluster for research purposes after your course ends, you must submit a new account request for a research account. In the Special Requests field, let us know if you need any transferred from your temporarily course account (before it is deleted at the end of the semester).
Even if you already have a full research account, a secondary temporary course account will be created for you and you will need to use that account to access any course-associated resources.