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getting_started [2017/05/05 18:57]
pwolinsk
getting_started [2017/09/12 21:15]
wlfarris
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 == Moving Data == == Moving Data ==
-Usually you will want to copy in some data files to the cluster to run a job, and copy back results after the job runs.  SCP is a file transfer implementation built on SSH and is ''​scp''​ in Linux/​Mac/​Cygwin and ''​pscp''​ in PuTTY. ​ To copy ''​program.c''​ from your workstation to your cluster home area:+Usually you will want to copy in some data files to the cluster to run a job, and copy back results after the job runs.  SCP is a file transfer implementation built on SSH and is ''​scp''​ in Linux/​Mac/​Cygwin and ''​pscp''​ in PuTTY. ​ To copy ''​program.c''​ from your workstation to your cluster home area (note that if you are using PuTTY these next few items are done from your computer'​s command line, not in PuTTY. See the [[moving_data|moving data]] page for more info):
 <​code>​ <​code>​
 scp program.c loginname@razor.uark.edu:/​home/​loginname/​ scp program.c loginname@razor.uark.edu:/​home/​loginname/​
getting_started.txt · Last modified: 2017/09/12 21:15 by wlfarris