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en:services:application_services:high_performance_computing:transfer_data [2019/01/10 11:16]
tehlers [Transfer Data]
en:services:application_services:high_performance_computing:transfer_data [2019/01/10 11:20] (current)
tehlers [Getting Access to Scratch from Outside the GÖNET (ssh proxy method)]
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 ''​transfer.gwdg.de''​ has only homes. /scratch is reachable with ssh port-forward to transfer-scc;​ see below. ''​transfer.gwdg.de''​ has only homes. /scratch is reachable with ssh port-forward to transfer-scc;​ see below.
  
-For the filesystem /scratch2 we don't have a dedicated transfernode. For this filesystem you need to use the frontend gwdu103.gwdg.de (instead of ''​transfer-scc.gwdg.de''​).+For the filesystem /scratch2 we don't have a dedicated transfernode. For this filesystem you need to use the frontend ​''​gwdu103.gwdg.de'' ​(instead of ''​transfer-scc.gwdg.de''​).
 =====  Within the GÖNET ​ ===== =====  Within the GÖNET ​ =====
  
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 ====  Getting Access to Scratch from Outside the GÖNET ​ (ssh proxy method)==== ====  Getting Access to Scratch from Outside the GÖNET ​ (ssh proxy method)====
  
-If you want to copy data to scratch, you need to "​hop"​ over transfer.gwdg.de to ''​transfer-scc.gwdg.de''​. This is not necessary for the transfer from and to your home directory (see above)! The easiest way is to create a section in your ssh config ''​~/​.ssh/​config''​ (don't forget to substitute your GWDG-UserID):​+If you want to copy data to scratch, you need to "​hop"​ over transfer.gwdg.de to ''​transfer-scc.gwdg.de''​. This is not necessary for the transfer from and to your home directory (see above)! The easiest way is to create a section in your ssh config ''​~/​.ssh/​config'' ​on your local system ​(don't forget to substitute your GWDG-UserID):​
  
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