ARSC Labs and Classroom
Duckering 234 Lab
ARSC maintains an access lab with six workstations running Red Hat Enterprise Linux, in the Duckering Building room 234. As one component of ARSC's computational environment, these machines are available to ARSC Academic users.
Room access is controlled via Polar Express cards. While priority usage is for local console and visualization, remote users are welcome to log on and use these systems.
Linux Workstation Description
The Linux Workstations were acquired in early 2013 using funds granted by the UAF Technology Advisory Board.
- Operating System: GNU/Linux, Red Hat Enterprise Linux
- Processor Type: Dual Core AMD Opteron(TM) Processor 6212
- Number of 8 Core processors: 2
- Total number of cores: 16
- Peak CPU: 2.6 GHz
- Total Shared Memory Size: 32 GB
For more information please visit the Linux Workstation page.
WRRB 009 Classroom
ARSC is hosting twelve Mac Pro Systems in the West Ridge Research Building room 009. Use of these systems is available to all UAF staff, faculty, and students affiliated with a UAF class or project. Access to the room is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week upon request. Room access is controlled via Polar Express card entry.
Mac Pro Systems Description
The Mac Pro systems and 009 instructional tools were upgraded in early 2013 using funds granted by the UAF Technology Advisory Board.
- 16 GB RAM
- ATI Radeon Video Cards
- Final Cut Pro Software
- Brother Laser Printer
- ASUS LCD Instructor Monitor
- ViewSonic Projector
WRRB 009 Room Reservations
ARSC manages WRRB 009 classroom reservations via UA Google calendar. Those wishing to reserve the room can either invite the room to their meeting via UA Google calendar, or contact the ARSC Help Desk to reserve the room.