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"The Sloan Digital Sky Survey is an ambitious effort to map one-quarter of the sky at optical and very-near infrared wavelengths and take spectra of 1 million extra-galactic objects. The estimated amount of data that will be acquired over the 5 year lifespan of the project is 15TB, however, the total amount of storage space required for object informational databases, corrected frames, and reduced spectra will be several factors more than this. The goal is to have all the data online and available to the collaborators at all times. To accomplish this goal we are using commodity, off the shelf (COTS) Intel servers with EIDE disks configured as RAID50 arrays using XFS. Currently, 14 machines are in production accounting for over 18TB. By the scheduled end of the survey in 2005, 50TB of XFS disks will be online serving SDSS data to collaborators and the public."
 
"The Sloan Digital Sky Survey is an ambitious effort to map one-quarter of the sky at optical and very-near infrared wavelengths and take spectra of 1 million extra-galactic objects. The estimated amount of data that will be acquired over the 5 year lifespan of the project is 15TB, however, the total amount of storage space required for object informational databases, corrected frames, and reduced spectra will be several factors more than this. The goal is to have all the data online and available to the collaborators at all times. To accomplish this goal we are using commodity, off the shelf (COTS) Intel servers with EIDE disks configured as RAID50 arrays using XFS. Currently, 14 machines are in production accounting for over 18TB. By the scheduled end of the survey in 2005, 50TB of XFS disks will be online serving SDSS data to collaborators and the public."
  
"For complete details and status of the project please see [http://www.sdss.org/ http://www.sdss.org]. For details of the storage systems, see the [http://web.archive.org/web/20100228003734/http://home.fnal.gov/~yocum/storageServerTechnicalNote.html SDSS Storage Server Technical Note] (Dan Yocum, Fermi National Lab, November 9 2001, archived)."
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"For complete details and status of the project please see [http://www.sdss.org/ http://www.sdss.org]. For details of the storage systems, see the [http://home.fnal.gov/~yocum/storageServerTechnicalNote.html SDSS Storage Server Technical Note]."
  
 
== [http://www-d0.fnal.gov/  The DØ Experiment at Fermilab] ==
 
== [http://www-d0.fnal.gov/  The DØ Experiment at Fermilab] ==

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