Actions

Difference between revisions of "File transfer"

From ALICE Documentation

(Created page with ".")
 
Line 1: Line 1:
.
+
== File transfer from and to Linux ==
 +
Before you can transfer files you need access to the login nodes of ALICE. For details on setting up ssh logins see [[Login to cluster]]. Once you hae successfully setup the ssh configurations you can use two different methods to transfer data: scp and sftp.
 +
 
 +
=== scp file transfer ===
 +
You need to know to which file systems on ALICE you can and want to copy your files. See the [[File storage|File systems]] section for detail on which directory structures are available to you. Once you know where to/from you want to copy data uset the unix scp command to perform the copy operation. Note: you have successfully setup key based authentication and made a ssh configuration host name hpc1:
 +
 
 +
scp <local_file_name> hpc1:/data/<username>/
 +
 
 +
=== sftp file transfer ===
 +
<br />
 +
 
 +
== File transfer from and to Windows Machine ==
 +
 
 +
== File transfer from and to Mac ==

Revision as of 10:07, 9 July 2019

File transfer from and to Linux

Before you can transfer files you need access to the login nodes of ALICE. For details on setting up ssh logins see Login to cluster. Once you hae successfully setup the ssh configurations you can use two different methods to transfer data: scp and sftp.

scp file transfer

You need to know to which file systems on ALICE you can and want to copy your files. See the File systems section for detail on which directory structures are available to you. Once you know where to/from you want to copy data uset the unix scp command to perform the copy operation. Note: you have successfully setup key based authentication and made a ssh configuration host name hpc1:

scp <local_file_name> hpc1:/data/<username>/

sftp file transfer


File transfer from and to Windows Machine

File transfer from and to Mac