Shared Drives are designed to provide a data source accessible to one or multiple machines concurrently. Drives are commonly used to share files between machines and behave similarly to a local office file server (referred to as network-attached storage or NAS). Drives are mounted using standard tools within the OS.
Drives provide a file system interface and file system access control such as strong consistency and file locking. All file systems deliver a consistent baseline performance.
Shared Drives require a Private Network to be created.
Anyone can create a Shared Drive on their account by selecting the Drives tab.
Drives are offered in the following sizes:
If you need more space, please open a ticket and provide an explanation.
Tip: See Mount a Paperspace Shared Drive tutorial for instructions on how to make this storage available for your team.