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[[Category:SweStore user guide]]
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The Swestore Nationally accessible storage is avaliable for researchers financed from VR (which includes all researchers using SNIC compute resources) and FORMA.
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Swestore is in collaboration with [http://www.ecds.se ECDS], [http://snd.gu.se SND], Bioimage, [http://www.bils.se/ BILS], [http://www.uppnex.uu.se/ UPPNEX],[http://wlcg.web.cern.ch/ WLCG], [http://www.nrm.se/ Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet]. If any of these cover your research area, first read their information on applying for SweStore storage.
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Please see http://www.snic.se/apply-for-resources/instructions-for-swestore-allocations
 
 
In the future, applications for storage will be handled by each research community, but for now an email to [mailto:swestore-support@snic.vr.se swestore-support@snic.vr.se] will suffice.
 
 
 
Please include the following information:
 
* Name of the principal investigator (PI).
 
* Purpose for the storage: A short description of the project and type of data.
 
* Required storage capacity: Preferably a maximum size, but if this is not currently determinable, please calculate a starting size and expansion by time period. *NOTE* that applications larger than 10TB takes longer to process.
 
* Suggested project name: This will be used as root directory name for your storage. *NOTE* that this name is long-lived and will persist. It is not coupled to the lifetime of SNIC compute time allocations.
 

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