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en:centro:servizos:hpc:acceso_al_cluster [2016/06/20 14:15]
fernando.guillen
en:centro:servizos:hpc:acceso_al_cluster [2018/12/17 17:27] (current)
jorge.suarez [File import/export]
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 To import and export the necessary files in and out the cluster the ''​scp''​ command is used. It allows the user to move files between other file systems in the network. Syntax of the ''​scp''​ command is the following: To import and export the necessary files in and out the cluster the ''​scp''​ command is used. It allows the user to move files between other file systems in the network. Syntax of the ''​scp''​ command is the following:
 <code bash> <code bash>
-scp -P 1031 [-r] <​source_address>​ <​destination_address>​+scp -P 1301 [-r] <​source_address>​ <​destination_address>​
 </​code>​ </​code>​
 Argument explanation:​ Argument explanation:​
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 <code bash> <code bash>
-ct$ scp -P 1031  ​user.name@ctXXX.inv.usc.es:/​datos/​work/​one.file ​ ~/work/ +ct$ scp -P 1301  ​user.name@ctXXX.inv.usc.es:/​datos/​work/​one.file ​ ~/work/ 
-ct$ scp -P 1031  -r user.name@ctXXX.inv.usc.es:/​datos/​work/​directory/ ​ ~/work/+ct$ scp -P 1301  -r user.name@ctXXX.inv.usc.es:/​datos/​work/​directory/ ​ ~/work/
 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
 Id using ''​scp''​ from our own computer: Id using ''​scp''​ from our own computer:
 <code bash> <code bash>
-local$ scp -P 1031 /​datos/​work/​one.file ​ user.name@ctcomp2.inv.usc.es:​~/​work/​ +local$ scp -P 1301 /​datos/​work/​one.file ​ user.name@ctcomp2.inv.usc.es:​~/​work/​ 
-local$ scp -P 1031  -r /​datos/​work/​directory/ ​  ​user.name@ctcomp2.inv.usc.es:​~/​work/​+local$ scp -P 1301  -r /​datos/​work/​directory/ ​  ​user.name@ctcomp2.inv.usc.es:​~/​work/​
 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
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