FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is an industry-standard protocol and user interface for transferring files between computer systems by means of a series of interactive commands. FTP involves a local client (software you execute to send or receive files) and a remote server (software elsewhere that responds to instructions from your client to accept or deliver files).
HTAR ("HPSS Tape Archiver") is an LC-designed TAR-like utility program that makes TAR-compatible archive (library) files but with High Performance Storage System (HPSS) support and enhanced archive-management features.
This manual provides a basic guide for generating output and transferring files on LC computers. It outlines naming and locating tips for local network printers and introduces local tools (such as LISTPQ) for discovering and taking advantage of LC's standardized print-queue names.
Both TapeFIS and OWL (one-way link) FIS are available on the iSNSI network. iSNSI TapeFIS is bidirectional and requires Derivative Classifier (DC) intervention for file transfers from Pinot to the OCF. Login examples are provided below. OWL transfers are significantly faster but are unidirectional for transfers from CZ and RZ to the SCF.
The Livermore Computing (LC) file interchange service (FIS) allows LC users to transfer files between the unclassified Open Computing Facility (OCF)—both the Collaboration Zone (CZ) and the Restricted Zone (RZ)—and the classified Secure Computing Facility (SCF). This document describes how FIS works and how to use it effectively.