is a pool of interactive Debian
-based computers inside the Network
at the CRYRING cave and its electronics containers. The network is private and largely isolated from the main GSI campus network. It can be accessed remotely
through specific proxy hosts. User profiles inside the
pool are roamed and you should find a uniform work environment on any of these computers.
Please be advised:
- Disk access is limited by a (fairly adequate and negotiable) quota.
- We do not create archives or backups of your data. It is entirely up to you to take care of your valuable data. If you or the system loses data, they are gone.
- If your account expires, we will delete your data in time and without further communication.
- Please avoid storing personal data on your account (i.e. passwords, chat protocols, email accounts, calendar data...)
We do our best to track the stable release of Debian
with security updates and to keep all systems in sync.
How to get an account
Accounts on the CRYRING computing pool are available only for CRYRING@ESR experiment-related tasks. Please first get a GSI-Linux account
, you will need it for access from outside. After this account has been created, please contact me
with the following information:
Account type: ( ) personal / ( ) project
Your full name:
Your primary e-mail address:
Collaboration name: (e.g. 'SPARC')
Experiment: (e.g. GPAC experiment number or more generic description)
GSI- or external workgroup: (Affiliation and Supervisor)
Expiration: (end of your GSI contract / guest status)
Preferred login shell: (/bin/bash if unspecified)
Once we have created your account for the cryring.lan network, we will send you additional informations on how to establish first contact. Afterwards, you can use the RemoteAccess
instructions to log in.
Moreover, it is advisable to make yourself familiar with the usage of ssh-keys
We are maintaining our own installations of various scientific codes and computational frameworks for atomic physics and GSI data processing
software. Among them are e.g.
Please let us know if you miss any essential software for your experiment-related work.
Moreover, on the infrastructure side, small-scale ClusterComputing