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howto:tipsandtricks [2019/07/04 10:09]
ccrosby [How to qsub from a compute node]
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ccrosby [Transferring files to the cluster]
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 ===== Transferring files to the cluster ===== ===== Transferring files to the cluster =====
-Command line scp and rsync are the usual methods for data transfer. ​ However, it is easy to make mistakes, and you need to have the path right. ​ MobaXterm (see above) has an easy to use "drag & drop" interface. ​ [[https://​filezilla-project.org|FileZilla]] is fast, easy to use and runs on Linux, Windows and OSX.  A different option is to use sshfs to mount your lengau directory directly on your workstation. ​ There is a [[https://​github.com/​Foreveryone-cz/​win-sshfs/​releases|Windows sshfs client]] that sort-of works. ​ Sometimes.+Large amounts of data should be transferred by means of [[howto:​globus|Globus]],​ which provides a GUI for managing your data transfers. ​ Globus is based on the GridFTP protocol, and is faster and more robust than scp-based methods. 
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 +Command line scp and rsync are the usual methods for data transfer ​of smaller files. ​ Remember to transfer files to scp.chpc.ac.za rather than lengau.chpc.ac.za  ​However,​ it is easy to make mistakes, and you need to have the path right. ​ MobaXterm (see above) has an easy to use "drag & drop" interface. ​ [[https://​filezilla-project.org|FileZilla]] is fast, easy to use and runs on Linux, Windows and OSX.  A different option is to use sshfs to mount your lengau directory directly on your workstation. ​ There is a [[https://​github.com/​Foreveryone-cz/​win-sshfs/​releases|Windows sshfs client]] that sort-of works. ​ Sometimes.
  
  
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