Retirement of Solaris-Based Time-Sharing Hosts
Information Technology Services (ITS) is planning on retiring this and other Solaris-based time-sharing machines on August 1, 2019. For more information, see itservices.usc.edu/solaris-retirement.
Health Sciences Faculty and staff that need to use USC UNIX may do so using their Health Sciences Computing Facility (HSC) accounts. Located at hsc.usc.edu. this server acts as a time-sharing host and web server for all HSC faculty/staff accounts.
Non-Health Sciences campus faculty and staff receive accounts on the Basic Computing Facility (BCF). See itservices.usc.edu/bcf for more information on BCF accounts.
Faculty and staff that require access to additional computing resources for research purposes may apply for accounts on USC’s high-performance computing cluster. For more information, see itservices.usc.edu/hpc.
- 50 megabytes (MB) of file storage
- Access to USC UNIX resources
- Personal web publishing
All HSC faculty and staff are eligible for HSC accounts.
For information on how to use your HSC account for UNIX computing, see itservices.usc.edu/unix.
To get help with your HSC account, please contact the ITS Customer Support Center.
This is a free service.