These are the top solutions for UNIX Systems and Software:
The FarmShare service provides Linux facilities for general and research computing to anyone with a full-service SUNet ID. The Shared Computing Environment service page provides more information, and user documentation is available at the
SULAIR and the School of Engineering provide printing services for the Stanford community at public computing facilities and Tresidder Memorial Union, and in University residences for students.
See the following for details about specific facilities:
If you need to run a compute job that will take longer than 25 hours, you'll need to keep your AFS credentials (called a token) longer than normal. If your token expires, your job may not be able to read its input data set or write to its output file(s), or it may look like a runaway job and be killed.