fts-rest-delete-submit man page

fts-rest-delete-submit

Synopis

Usage: fts-rest-delete-submit options SURL1 [SURL2] [SURL3] [...]

Description

This command can be used to submit a deletion job to FTS3. It supports simple and bulk submissions.

Options

-h/–help

Show this help message and exit

-v/–verbose

Verbose output.

-s/–endpoint

Fts3 rest endpoint.

-j/–json

Print the output in json format.

–key

The user certificate private key.

–cert

The user certificate.

–capath

Use the specified directory to verify the peer

–insecure

Do not validate the server certificate

–access-token

Oauth2 access token (supported only by some endpoints, takes precedence)

-b/–blocking

Blocking mode. Wait until the operation completes.

-i/–interval

Interval between two poll operations in blocking mode.

-e/–expire

Expiration time of the delegation in minutes.

–job-metadata

Transfer job metadata.

–file-metadata

File metadata.

-S/–spacetoken

The space token or its description.

–dry-run

Do not send anything, just print the json message.

-f/–file

Name of configuration file

–retry

Number of retries. If 0, the server default will be used. If negative, there will be no retries.

–cloud-credentials

Use cloud credentials for the job (i. E. Dropbox).

Example

$ fts-rest-delete-submit -s https://fts3-devel.cern.ch:8446 gsiftp://source.host/file1 gsiftp://source.host/file2
Job successfully submitted.
Job id: 9fee8c1e-c46d-11e3-8299-02163e00a17a

$ fts-rest-delete-submit -s https://fts3-devel.cern.ch:8446 -f bulk.list
Job successfully submitted.
Job id: 9fee8c1e-c46d-11e3-8299-02163e00a17a

Authors

fts-devel@cern.ch.

Info

August 24, 2016 fts-rest-delete-submit