Linux Shell Environment
Linux Shell Environment enables access to standard software applications and tools. Users can create accounts that give them access to clustered Linux servers that support various functions including:
- Programming and scripting
- Interactive gateway to campus resources
- User installed software
Related services are available in Web Publishing for Faculty, Staff, Students, Departments, and Courses
See Service Level Description for quota information.
UW faculty, UW staff, UW students
How to Order
Linux shell services are available from any Internet connection. Services are set up with a clustered server environment so small system failures will not cause a service outage. System is not designed for quick recovery from a major disaster. Occasional downtime is scheduled for periodic upgrade of servers.
This service is included in the Technology Recharge Fee for faculty and staff and funded by the Student Technology Fee for students.
A basic storage level of 1 GB is provided for faculty, staff, and shared accounts. Students are provided 300 MB of storage.
Additional data storage for faculty and staff and shared accounts is available for a fee. To increase your storage limit, go to the Manage Your NetID Resources page at uwnetid.washington.edu/manage/?disk, where you can enter a budget number and set the amount. The rate is $0.35 per GB per month.
Price subject to change annually on July 1st.
Service Level Description
Linux shell environment services are designed for continuous access with the exception of scheduled down times, hardware failure, and natural disasters. UW Information Technology responds to queries within 2 business days. Support is limited to ensuring centrally installed functions and software are operating. Data storage default for faculty, staff, and shared accounts is 1 GB. Additional space is available; see Price above. Data storage for students is fixed at 300 MB.
Last Review Date: 06/26/2015