fts-rest-delete-submit man page

fts-rest-delete-submit

Synopis

Usage: fts-rest-delete-submit options (#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

October 05, 2015 fts-rest-delete-submit