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How to access Mediaflux

You will not be able to access Mediaflux until resources are provisioned for you (and your account is enabled to access those resources - UoM researchers can see this page: https://gateway.research.unimelb.edu.au/platforms-data-and-reporting/data-and-computation/research-computing-services-rcs/our-services/data-storage-and-management)

Data stored on Mediaflux can be accessed in many ways. We recommend the Mediaflux Explorer as the best starting place.

Ways in which you can access Mediaflux include:

The Mediaflux server name is mediaflux.researchsoftware.unimelb.edu.au.  Additional information is available on the list of all access methods supported by the University. In here you will find further information such as the port for each protocol.

How to work with your Project Data

Because Mediaflux is a very diverse system, it is not possible to describe everything you can do with it. Instead, we focus on some basic tasks that are relevant to managing research data. What you can do depends a little on the interface you are using. So our approach will be to describe scenarios, and then discuss which tools are most relevant to it.

Spartan HPC Service Users at the University of Melbourne

Some of the data movement tools described in the upload/download links above are conveniently provided to Spartan users via the Spartan module system.

Software Downloads

Please see this link for downloads including various Mediaflux client applications.

Change Existing Storage Quota or Access Permission

Only authorised users (i.e., RCAO or Technical Contact) are eligible to request change, please refer to RCS's Terms of Services:

Request New Data Storage

Any eligible UoM researcher is able to apply for new storage, please refer to RCS's Terms of Services:

Request for Support

Please use the links below to report any issues regarding the service:

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