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New resource limits

Posted on 21 August 2006

We have just upgraded both the CPU and storage limits on both Hamilton and Walton for all 3 classes of projects. The new resource maxima are summarised in the following table:

  Notional
cost
(€)
Hamilton Walton
Storage
(GB)
Compute
(CPU hours)
Storage
(GB)
Compute
(CPU hours)
Class A 225,000 120 80,000 600 900,000
Class B 60,000 75 50,000 200 150,000
Class C 5,000 5 4,000 20 10,000
Maximum resources per project class as of 21 August 2006

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