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[SDS] Clean-up of SDSx after migration

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After the migration earlier this summer to the new Synthetic Data Server cluster, and with the increasing size of the user communities of both the Synthetic LBD (SynLBD) and the SIPP Synthetic Beta (SSB), we also implemented a change in group memberships.

Previously, you would have been associated with group "lv39_0003" for any activity on the Synthetic Data Server. That group is now used exclusively for SSB access. All Synthetic LBD access will be handled by group "lv39_0007". SynLBD users will have received an email message notifying them of this change, and a system message notifying them of removal from the lv39_0003 group (replicated below).

All authorized users continue to have access to the system, as this is only a procedural change.

If you have any issues, please contact the PIs, or contact our help system at sds-help@cac.cornell.edu.

Message going out to SynLBD users previously associated with group "lv39_0003":

Dear SO-AND-SO,

Lars Vilhuber, the sponsor of your account on ECCO has requested that you be removed from project lv39_0003. You no longer have access to resources associated with lv39_0003. This means you will no longer be able to run jobs on the compute nodes, or access files related to project.

You can continue to use ECCO resources only if you are a member of a regular ECCO project. You may still have access to ECCO resources under another sponsor, and you may also have access to other CAC-hosted resources using the login ID specXXXX. If that is the case, those resources are unaffected by this action.

Please submit any questions to ecco-help@cac.cornell.edu.

This email was generated automatically when your userid specXXXX was removed from lv39_0003.