Commit 9e61e801 authored by Rebecca Hartman-Baker's avatar Rebecca Hartman-Baker

Update index.md -- correct typos

parent b00c8998
......@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@ resource.
Job charges are based on the footprint of the job: the space (in terms of nodes)
and time (in terms of wallclock hours) that the job occupies on NERSC resources.
Jobs charges are based on the number of nodes that the job took away
Job charges are based on the number of nodes that the job took away
from the pool of available resources. A job that was allocated 100 nodes and ran
on only one of the nodes will still be charged for the use of 100 nodes.
......@@ -90,7 +90,7 @@ accounts called HPSS repos. If a login name belongs to only one HPSS repo, all
its usage is charged to that repo. If a login name belongs to multiple HPSS
repos, its daily charge is apportioned among the repos using the project
percents for that login name. Default project percents are assigned by Iris
based on the size of each repo's storage allocation.
based on the size of each project's storage allocation.
Users can view their project percents on the "Storage" tab in the user view
in Iris. To change your project percents, change the numbers in the "% Charge to
......@@ -107,7 +107,7 @@ user balance is negative.
If a project runs out of time (or space in HPSS) all login names which are not
associated with another active repository are restricted:
* On computational machines, restricted users are able to log in, but cannot
submit batch jobs or run parallel jobs, except to the "scavenger" partition.
submit batch jobs or run parallel jobs, except to the "overrun" partition.
* For HPSS, restricted users are able to read data from HPSS and delete files,
but cannot write any data to HPSS.
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