Gadi is Australia’s most powerful supercomputer, a highly parallel cluster comprising more than 150,000 processor cores on ten different types of compute nodes. Gadi accommodates a wide range of tasks, from running climate models to genome sequencing, from designing molecules to astrophysical modelling. To start using Gadi, you should read this page which covers most of the basics you need to know before submitting your first job.
The first column in the output shows the permissions set for the folder/file. For more information on unix file permissions, see this page.
To look up how much storage you have access to through which projects, run the command ‘lquota’ on the login node. It prints out the storage allocation info together with its live usage data. For example, the return message