Reminder: NCAR’s GLADE scratch space purge policy will be reactivated today

CISL will reactivate the purge policy for the GLADE scratch file space today, April 17. The purge policy was turned off during last month’s problems with the /glade/p file space to provide users an alternative storage option.

The purge policy data-retention limit is currently set at 60 days and uses two time and date factors: a file’s creation date and its last access date.

Files that were created more than 60 days ago and have not been accessed for more than 60 days will be deleted. CISL monitors scratch space usage carefully and reserves the right to decrease the 60-day limit as usage increases. Users will be informed of any change to the purge policy.

 

GLADE scratch space is for temporary, short-term use and not intended for long-term storage needs.