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chirp_put(1) Cooperative Computing Tools chirp_put(1)

NAME

chirp_put - copy a single file from local machine to a Chirp server

SYNOPSIS

chirp_put [options] <localfile> <hostname[:port]> <remotefile>

DESCRIPTION

chirp_put is a tool for copying a single file from local storage to a Chirp server.

chirp_put is a quick and simple way to copy a single local file <localfile> to a remote file given <hostname[:port]> <path>

OPTIONS

-a, --auth=<flag>
Require this authentication mode.
-d, --debug=<flag>
Enable debugging for this subsystem.
-b, --block-size=<size>
Set transfer buffer size. (default is 65536 bytes).
 -f, --follow
Follow input file like tail -f.
-i, --tickets=<files>
Comma-delimited list of tickets to use for authentication.
-t, --timeout=<time>
Timeout for failure. (default is 3600s)
 -v, --version
Show program version.
 -h, --help
Show help text.

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES

CHIRP_CLIENT_TICKETS Comma delimited list of tickets to authenticate with (same as -i).

EXIT STATUS

On success, returns zero. On failure, returns non-zero.

EXAMPLES

To copy a single local file using chirp_put:

% chirp_put /tmp/mydata.dat server1.somewhere.edu /mydata/mydata.dat
    

When copying big data files that take longer than 3600s to copy, using chirp_put with option -t time to make sure chirp_put have enough time to finish:

% chirp_put -t 36000 /tmp/mybigdata.dat server1.somewhere.edu /mydata/mybigdata.dat
    

COPYRIGHT

The Cooperative Computing Tools are Copyright (C) 2005-2019 The University of Notre Dame. This software is distributed under the GNU General Public License. See the file COPYING for details.

SEE ALSO

CCTools 7.1.2 FINAL