gfal-save man page

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Synopsis

gfal-save [ -h ] [ -V ] [ -v ] [ -D DEFINITION ] [ -C CLIENT-INFO ] [ -t TIMEOUT ] file ...

Description

gfal-save Reads from stdin and writes to a file until it finds EOF. If the file exists, it will be overwritten.

Options

-h, --help
show help about the command.
-V, --version
output version information and exit.
-v, --verbose
verbose mode. Repeat up to 3 times for the most verbose mode.
-D, --definition
define properties for gfal2.
-C, --client-info
provide custom client-side information
-t, --timeout
global timeout for the execution of the command. Command is interrupted if time expires before it finishes.
file
destination file where the contents read from stdin will be written to.

Examples

cat
/etc/group | gfal-save srm://endpoint.cern.ch/path/group

Files

/etc/gfal2.d/*

All configuration files in this directory affect the behavior of the underlying gfal2.

Authors

Duarte Meneses <duarte.meneses@cern.ch>
Adrien Devresse <adrien.devresse@cern.ch>
Alejandro Alvarez Ayllon <alejandro.alvarez.ayllon@cern.ch>

See Also

gfal-cat(1), gfal-copy(1), gfal-ls(1), gfal-mkdir(1), gfal-rename(1), gfal-rm(1), gfal-stat(1), gfal-sum(1), gfal-xattr(1)

Referenced By

gfal-cat(1), gfal-copy(1), gfal-ls(1), gfal-mkdir(1), gfal-rename(1), gfal-rm(1), gfal-sum(1), gfal-xattr(1).

December 2014 v1.2.0