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When you create a zone, home directory will be /export/home, so you can use ZFS to protect user's data.
There are as many answers to this as there are linux servers out there. Personal advice is to do it one way and then stick with it. My personal setup is inherited from ubuntu (as it was once upon a time); all my data is stored in an LVM volume group, so each data category has its own LVM drive. I.e music is on the 'music' drive, movies on the 'movies' ...
cd INPUTDIR find . -name \*1.fastq.gz > list1 find . -name \*2.fastq.gz > list2 The paths in the "list" files will be relative to the current directory. If you want absolute paths, use find "$PWD" -name \*1.fastq.gz > list1
You can use - if you can get the initial right to do so granted to you - the linux kernel's User namespaces. In a user namespace a user can be apportioned a piece of a disk and run a full-fledged container within as a super-user without otherwise affecting the parent environment. You will need a 3.8 or later kernel, some linux-savvy, and the initial setup ...
The most official location for such files would be in /srv, which is for “site-specific data which is served by this system”. Alternatively, you can use /home/autobuilder as the home directory of the autobuilder system user and store the files there. Another common convention is to have a toplevel directory such as /net which contains one subdirectory per ...
/var/spool generally contains application specific directories with variable ownership and permissions. You could create something there. Similarly, /var/opt and /opt. There's a bit of description here about the intended purpose of these places but it's really up to you. The only issue is you do normally need superuser privileges to create a directory ...
There is some conflict in the directory is the reason for the cause. $ /opt/cmake/bin/cmake -version With the help of the above command you can try whether the Cmake has downloaded properly or not. Else try installing in different location.
You are using the ~/Applications/ Folder and Not /Applications. Try: cd /Applications And then: ls ~ Means home, which is /Users/user/. There is a users Application folder but it is very rarely used and it is for Applications that are installed for only that certain user. All default Applications are in /Applications.
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