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Returning A Book?
Books can be returned to the book return shelf located at the IT Division Help Desk (helpdesk) on the second floor of the CEBAF Center, F-Wing, Room F201A.
The Chief Information Officer (CIO) is responsible for providing: information from the Lab's Information Technology (IT) systems to Jefferson Lab management, the overall IT vision, the Information Architecture for computing and IT, and oversight for cyber security. In addition, he is responsible for providing the hardware and software environment for the staff and user Lattice Quantum ChromoDynamics theorists and for providing advanced tools to the Lab from current research and development of grid technologies.
The LQCD central storage system uses the Lustre filesystem.
Currently this filesystem uses 14 storage nodes (OSSes). Each OSS provides over 14 TB of storage, which yields an aggregate storage capacity of about 200 TB soon to be upgraded to over 350 TB. All of the storage servers run CentOS 5.3 and Lustre versions 1.8.4 and 1.8.5.