Changes between Version 8 and Version 9 of sol4/IDMS/ExpTutorial


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06/20/14 16:00:09 (5 years ago)
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    82821. To upload data use lors_upload command.
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    84    lors_upload --lbone-host=<lbone_host> -f <file_to_be_uploaded> <options>
     84   lors_upload –H monitor.incntre.iu.edu -f <file_to_be_uploaded> <options>
    8585}}}
    86   .xnd file will be generated when you upload the file using lors_upload. This exnode file contains metadata about how your file has been distributed across available depots. If you wish to share you data across other host connected on IDMS data plane. Just share the .xnd file. More advanced option are available to expore
     86  .xnd file will be generated when you upload the file using lors_upload. This exnode file contains metadata about how your file has been distributed across available depots. If you wish to share you data across other host connected on IDMS data plane. Just share the .xnd file. More advanced options available to expore
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     132== Step 5: Download Data ==
     133To download data stashed on storage node use .xnd file generated during the upload.
     134{{{
     135  lors_download -f <xnd_file_location> -o <file_name>
     136}}}
     137More advanced options to explore
     138{{{
     139   lors_download --help
     140   Usage: lors_download <filename>
     141     -f, --samename              Specify the exNode filename by appending .xnd to the original filename.
     142     -o, --outputfile=STRING     Specify a specific name for the output exNode file.
     143     -v, --version               Display Version information about this package.
     144     -V, --verbose=0             Modify the level or mode of Verbosity in output messages.
     145     -a, --thread-depot=-1       Specify the maxmium connection to any single IBP depot.
     146     -r, --redundancy=1          Specify the maxmium number of threads working on a single download job.
     147     -R, --resume                Download will resume working on a partially downloaded file if one is detected.
     148     -p, --progress=0            The progress number specifies how many completed blocks are allowed before a download of a pending block is duplicated.
     149     -b, -bs='5M'                Specify the logical blocksize of transfers.
     150     -t, --threads=INT           Specify the maximum number of threads to use to perform Download.
     151     -T, --timeout='3m'          Specify the maximum time to allow for all operations.
     152     -q, --prebuffer=INT         Specify the number of blocks to prebuffer before outputting to file.
     153     -C, --cache=INT             Specify the number of block-sized memory buffers to use during download.
     154     -M, --buffersize=STRING     Specify the maximum internal buffer size to use on operations.
     155     -O, --offset=LONG           Specify an offset relative to the exNode from which download will begin
     156     -L, --length=LONG           Specify a length other than the logical extent of the exNode.
     157     -D, --demo                  Add the messages understood by the LoRS View visualization.
     158   Help options:
     159     -?, --help                  Show this help message
     160     --usage                     Display brief usage message
     161}}}
     162
    131163== Inside rspec ==
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